Strymon   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Strymon   - a river in eastern Macedonia
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  + Strymonian
AnthPal_7.502 tell Nicagoras that the Strymonian wind at the setting
AnthPal_9.707 but rival the sea in volume, Strymon, the fresh-water
AntipThes_6.208 work of Aristomachus of the Strymonian land. They were
AntipThes_7.705 Phyllis, washed by the Strymon and great Hellespont, all
DioscEpigr_7.485 eedom by the city on the Strymon, whose people often dance
Polyaen_03.10.8 his order he reached the river Strymon, where he embarked
Polyaen_06.53.1 that part of the river Strymon, which is called Nine-Way
Polyaen_07.24.1 a city situated on the river Strymon. When the city was
Polyaen_08.60.1 Cynane crossed the Strymon, forcing her way in the face
Simonid_16.232 the sons of the Medes, Strymon's current beside, & Fiery


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