Siphnos   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Siphnos   - an island in the Aegean Sea
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216/14a OGIS_730, a decree of Siphnos in honour of Perigenes, a flute-player
153/9 The Cretans attack Siphnos.
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_345   DF} & & Suda_S'511 & & The Siphnians are reduced to
AntipThes_9.421   followed the example of Siphnos and squalid Pholegandros,
Athen_2.51   ebrated man, Diphilus of Siphnos, many years more ancient
Athen_6.267   us, in his Annals of the Siphnians, relates that some slav
Athen_9.369   philus the physician, of Siphnos, says- "The turnip has
Athen_14.650   philus, the physician of Siphnos, also speaks of them, in
Plin:HN_4.66   15 miles from Delos; Siphnos, previously called Meropia and
SEG_62.598   (c. 246-200) man towards the people of Siphnos in all other respects, and
Syll_359   (c. 310)   es is granted to the Siphnians, according to the a
THI_201   (150-100) e council: since Onesandros of Siphnos, the son of Boulon, h


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