Samothrace - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an island in the north of the Aegean Sea
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a dedication by Arsinoe the daughter of Ptolemy at Samothrace.
OGIS_15, a dedication by Arsinoe in Samothrace.
The birth of the grammarian Aristarchus of Samothrace.
Ptolemy VI attempts to escape to Samothrace.
Perseus takes refuge in Samothrace.
Roman delegation arrives at Samothrace to negotiate with Perseus.
The death of Aristarchus of Samothrace.
ission into the mysteries at Samothrace of Q.Minucius, P.Magulnius
E'1678 & & The mysteries of Samothrace are divulged.
came some memory of the Samothracians: for that is where
also beloved of the gods of Samothrace.* At any rate
Cyzicus brought you to Samothrace" : this is the goal
prayers & To the great Samothracian gods of the sea, &
lity in Athenion, in his Samothracians, as Juba says, when
dedicated to the gods of Samothrace [the Cabeiri], saying
Perseus fled to Samothrace, but then agreed to surrende
went to live in exile in Samothrace; sorrowing the more,
ten thousand talents, at Samothrace; and Cnaeus Octavius,
of Cronus, and to the Samothracian gods, do I, Lucilliu
be sent them from Epirus to Samothrace. To enumerate
} or go to storm-beaten Samothrace - these lie far off
miles, and the island of Samothrace, a free state, off the
Between the Chersonese and Samothrace, about 15 miles from
Gulf of Melas Abdera, Samothrace, Maronea, Aenos, Bessica, Thrace,
to have been instituted in Samothrace.
the most solemn rites in Samothrace. He was responsible also for
'Samothrax,' or 'stone of Samothrace,' is produced in the
es, and whom the Spartans call Samothracians. These were
ndria, but originally of Samothrace; he became also the
rophoenicia goddess ; in Samothrace bull-faced ; at Pergam
ction before the gods of Samothrace; and then those master
(c. 100-80) e priest of the Samothracian gods, Diopeithes, son of Aristonida
(202-197) ropolos], the gods of Samothrace, [and all the o
(after 125) iest for life of the Samothracian gods, from his earliest a
(late 3rd cent.) blic of the gods in Samothrace, and the right to we
(c. 253) ace in the [temple of the Samothracian gods], in wh
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