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- a city in Cilicia, later called Pompeiopolis
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Apollonius the father of Chrysippus moves from Tarsus to Soli.
Aratus of Soli is a pupil of Zenon, or possibly of Dionysius of Herac
invites the poets Aratus of Soli and Alexander of Aetolia to Macedon
The death of Crantor of Soli.
and writings of the poet Aratus of Soli, who resided with Antigonus.
RC_30, part of a letter of Ptolemy concerning Soli in Cilicia.
OGIS_230, a dedication at Soli by Ptolemy, son of Thraseas.
ning pirates at Pompeiopolis (Soli), Mallus, Adana, and Dyme in Achae
STOBAEUS & Chrysippus of Soli lived on very little, but
a goose. And at Soli in Cilicia a dog loved a boy of
in the highest perfection at Soli in Cilicia and at Rhodes
of his verses has the poet of Soli copied. Hail subtle
and a native of either Soli or Tarsus, as Alexander tell
. . . Athenodorus of Soli; Hecataeus son of Spintharus (?)
. . Chrysippus [ of Soli ], the son of Apollonios
. being sufficient. Hyllos of Soli, who according to Aristocreon in
to raise the siege of Soli in Cilicia, desired he would
captured Aphrodisias, Soli, Zephyrium, Mallus, Anemuriu
(late 3rd cent.) n inscription found at Soloi in Cilicia. } . . .
(330-300) as] for the people of Soloi [as well], and right of
(c. 250-200) Taurides son of Telesios from Soloi in the men's stadion
(272-270) convicted Zenon of Soloi with a fine of 10,000 s
(256/5 or 254/3) llodoros ; Nikon of Soloi, the son of Menekles ;
(150-135) Ares. Epicharmos of Soloi made it. → in
(128/7) hoplite fighting: Sotades of Soloi, the son of Soteles
came from Tarsus, and not from Soli. But Callimachus, a
of the poet Aratus lived at Soli in Cilicia. His father
- a city in Cyprus
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+ Solian , Solians
rangeni ; to Stasanor of Soli, Bactria, and Sogdiana ; to
vassals Pasicrates of Soli and Nicocles of Paphos, and
pollo.' But Clearchus of Soli, and he was one of the disci
And Clearchus of Soli, in the first book of his Amatory
[9.] But Clearchus of Soli, in the fourth book of
an ode of Castorion of Soli, addressed to him, in which
Anaxarchus, Clearchus of Soli writes, in the fifth book
And Clearchus of Soli, in his treatise on Love Matters,
But Clearchus of Soli, in his treatise On Proverbs, says
rried to Eunostus, the king of Soli, a town of Cyprus. And
ccording to Clearchus of Soli, you do not adopt a manly
each of us, Clearchus of Soli, in his treatise on Riddles,
And Democritus replied:- Clearchus of Soli, inferior to none of the
of Alexandria; Athenodorus of Soli; and Zenon, a Sidonian
Salamis, Amathus, Lapethos, Soloe, Tamasos, Epidaurus, Chytri,
And Demochares the Solian called Demetrius "Mythus", that
nother city called Soli in Cyprus; but the inhabitants of
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