Susa - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Elam, between Mesopotamia and Persia
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+ Seleuceia , Susians
Nearchus leads the Macedonian fleet back to Susa.
tes and Oxathres for the crimes they committed while governing Susa.
lexander marries Stateira at a mass wedding of his officers in Susa.
Antigonus advances to Susa, but is prevented by Eumenes from crossing
Inscr_54.B, recording a slave girl's manumission at Susa.
enues in the district of Susa, 3000 of the Macedonians who
river Choaspes, which flows by Susa. And when he was on
and a similar number of Susians, with two hundred chariot
made an expedition to Susa and the eastern provinces,
housand talents in the city of Susa. 10 Next he took Perse
withdrew to Apamea and Susa and reached the furthest cit
ydracae, then next Adulites of Susa and Phraortes. After
in the Minyada land and Susa and Bactra, which our father
in the palace in Susa there was a mixing-bowl of silver
ndria near Troy, Alexandria at Susa, Alexandria near Egypt
Phraates the two archons in Susa and to the city, g
me that way unto Sardis, unto Susa, home Ecbatana. My gre
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