Siphnos - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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OGIS_730, a decree of Siphnos in honour of Perigenes, a flute-player
The Cretans attack Siphnos.
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followed the example of Siphnos and squalid Pholegandros,
ebrated man, Diphilus of Siphnos, many years more ancient
us, in his Annals of the Siphnians, relates that some slav
philus the physician, of Siphnos, says- "The turnip has
philus, the physician of Siphnos, also speaks of them, in
15 miles from Delos; Siphnos, previously called Meropia and
(c. 246-200) man towards the people of Siphnos in all other respects, and
(c. 310) es is granted to the Siphnians, according to the a
(150-100) e council: since Onesandros of Siphnos, the son of Boulon, h
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