Sinope - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Greek city in Paphlagonia, on the northern coast of Anatolia
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+ Sinopeans , Sinopeus , Sinopian
The Rhodians help Sinope against Mithridates.
SEG_48.1097, a decree of Sinope in honour of an envoy from Cos.
Pharnaces captures Sinope.
dates retreats to Amisus and Sinope, and appeals to his son Machares
Lucullus captures Sinope.
Julii, Heracleia Pontica, Ilium, Novum Comum, Sinope and in Sicily.
you fools ; for he of Sinope, even in Hades, hates ever
sturdy Heracles club of Sinopian Diogenes and the double
zus (a Greek colony from Sinope), to Eumenes of Cardia;
eracles; and Diodorus of Sinope, a comic poet, in his Heir
And Diodorus of Sinope, in his Orphan Heiress, has thes
ator. And Baton of Sinope relates, in his book about the
the mighty conger from Sinope, & With his stout spines;
But Dionysius of Sinope, in his Female Saviour, giving
agnus said, Dionysius of Sinope, the comic poet, in his
that he should attack Sinope and start a war for contro
authority, and sailed off to Sinope. Lucullus, Cotta
tes had put in charge of Sinope along with Cleochares, gav
eard of Demostratus from Sinope, who twice won the Isthmia
must be admitted that Baton of Sinope relates it in anothe
tames intended to attack Sinope; but the city had a very
While he was besieging Sinope, Datames received a letter
(c. 220) From the Sinopeans. It was resolved
monument of Theognis of Sinope, erected over him by Glauc
just as Sinōpis is from Sinōpeus, is Alexandri
of Thrace - a courtesan, 4th century B.C.
peared. & Then for Sinope's friends, may I not say & That
an's doors, & But haunts Sinope, Nannion, and Lyca, & And
tion [ 22'56 ], mentions Sinope and Phanostrate;  and
te;  and respecting Sinope, Herodicus the pupil of
following manner about Sinope the courtesan [ 59'116 ]:
had been the slave of Sinope the Thracian, who brought
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