Sigeium - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in the Troad, north-west Anatolia
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invades Asia and captures Sigeum, Synnada, Ephesus, Colophon, and
bays as one sails from Sigeum, and one may encounter the
in Lesbos, and Chares at Sigeum, and Chabrias himself in Egypt."
when he asked what city, "To Sigeium," said she. Once,
to the ships. And Damastes of Sigeum and some others agre
in Lesbos, and Chares at Sigeum; it is true that Chares
was formerly the town of Sigeum. Then the Harbour of the
distance of 3 miles from Sigeum, and from the actual place
from Lesbos and l2 from Sigeum.
the distance from Calchadon to Sigeum is given by Isidorus as
dispute about the ownership of Sigeium by single combat.
(62 A.D.) sp; Dardanus, Sigeium, Alexandreia, &
continued with the Athenians about Sigeum. But after he had by
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