Smyrna - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the coast of Asia Minor
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Antigonus founds cities at Alexandria Troas, Nicaea, and Smyrna.
uilds or refounds cities at Nicaea, Alexandria, Ephesus, and Smyrna.
Smyrna is accepted as a new member of the Ionian League.
Smyrna faces attack from the forces of Ptolemy, but remains loyal
OGIS_229, a treaty between Smyrna and Magnesia.
letter of Seleucus, which requested special privileges for Smyrna.
9.1283-1285, letters of Antiochus and Laodice to the city of Smyrna.
Lampsacus and Smyrna appeal to Rome against Antiochus.
The people of Smyrna dedicate a temple to the City of Rome.
Rutilius escapes from Mytilene to Smyrna.
punishes his opponents at Smyrna, Lesbos, Pergamum, Adramyttium,
The citizens of Smyrna offer clothes to Sulla's army during the winte
tions put up by Milesian and Smyrnaean sailors in honour of C.Valeriu
Dollabella kills Trebonius at Smyrna.
avoids condemning a woman of Smyrna, who is accused of murdering her
Brutus and Cassius meet at Smyrna, to plan their next actions.
rior in size to those of Smyrna, or even to the crabs of
deeds and she is from Aeolian Smyrna. &  & & A poem
Rufus once told me at Smyrna, that when he was a young
the winner was Onomastus of Smyrna. It was Onomastus
[not in Ar.] Cestius of Smyrna, a teacher of rhetoric,
(62 A.D.) sp; Erythrae, Smyrna], Colophon,
(173-169) Apollonios of Smyrna, the son of Chairippos
(early 2nd cent.) ned] by the people of Smyrna in these [places, in
(240-230) e granted to the people of Smyrna priority in ac
(218/7) : since Aristodama of Smyrna in Ionia, the daughte
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