Tarsus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Tarsus   - a city on the coast of Cilicia
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  + Antiocheia , Tarsian
279/20 Apollonius the father of Chrysippus moves from Tarsus to Soli.
206/6 ppus; his successor as head of the Stoic school is Zenon of Tarsus
170/6 The cities of Tarsus and Mallus rebel against Antiochus.
160/11 Antipater of Tarsus sails to Athens and joins the Stoic school ther
160/10b Diogenes is persuaded by Zenon (? of Tarsus) to study philosophy
129/23 The death of Antipater of Tarsus, the head of the Stoic school
128/2 comes head of the Academy, following the death of Crates of Tarsus
50/31 m_15.6, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Cato, written at Tarsus
47/29 Caesar stays at Tarsus, where C.^Cassius surrenders to him.
44/135 uades the inhabitants of Cilicia, including Tarsus, to support him
43/104 Cassius captures Tarsus, and forces its inhabitants to pay a large
41/13 Antonius helps to Boethus to achieve a prominent position at Tarsus.
41/14 Cleopatra sails in a golden barge to meet Antonius at Tarsus.
    Within translations:
2Macc_3   went to Apollonius of Tarsus, who at that time was gove
2Macc_4   pened that the people of Tarsus and of Mallus revolted bec
AntipThes_9.557   & { G-P 79 } & Tarsus, Cilician city, the runner Aries
Apollod:Fr_55   rchon [131/0], Crates of Tarsus succeeded him as leader
Apollod:Fr_56   ter him, Crates of Tarsus died after being in control for
Apollod:Fr_73   pollodorus and Areius of Tarsus all refer to the origins
Athen_5.215   [54.] There was also at Tarsus an Epicurean philosopher
Athen_12.529   one day built Anchialē and Tarsus ;
Athen_12.530   one day built Anchiale and Tarsus.
Athen_13.586   the palace which is at Tarsus, and was honoured with roy
Athen_13.595   dwell in the palace in Tarsus, and he permits her to rec
Athen_15.688   of spikenard is best at Tarsus and the extract of vine-leaves
Cic:Fam_12.13   as the people of Tarsus, our treacherous allies, did,
DiogLaert_7.41   opinion advanced by Zenon of Tarsus, among others. {34}
DiogLaert_7.84   Archedemus, and Zenon of Tarsus, and Apollodorus, and Diog
DiogLaert_7.121   21] Heracleides of Tarsus, indeed, the friend of Antipater
DiogLaert_7.179   native of either Soli or Tarsus, as Alexander tells us in
DiogLaert_10.26   aconian; and Diogenes of Tarsus, who wrote the Select Dial
Euseb]:Chron_27   ounded the city of Tarsus, on the same model as Babylon,
Euseb]:Chron_35   evements. He built Tarsus with a design which was similar
Euseb]:Chron_215   Apollophanes Papis of Tarsus, stadion race 217th [89
Hieron:Chron_2024   in Ar.] Athenodorus of Tarsus, a stoic philosopher, and
Just_11.8   ades. Arriving at Tarsus, and being charmed with the plea
Lucian:Macr_21   dorus, son of Sandon, of Tarsus, a Stoic, tutor of Caesar
Lucian:Macr_23   orus, the philosopher of Tarsus, to educate him, lived eig
Oros_3.16   one day, and came to Tarsus. There, while overheated, he plunged
Oros_3.17   peace, he offered battle at Tarsus to Alexander who was on
Oros_7.24   months he was killed at Tarsus.
Oros_7.28   greatest bitterness, died at Tarsus while preparing for civil
Phld:Sto_48   head the school]; Archedemus of Tarsus . . .
Phld:Sto_74   the facetious spoudaioparōdoi Paramonus of Tarsus; Piso ...
Phld:Sto_77   Panaetius and that Dicaeus of Tarsus was his pupil, . .
Plin:HN_5.91   Magirsos and in the interior Tarsus, the Aleian Plains, the towns
Plin:HN_5.92   through the free city of Tarsus at a great distance from
Plin:HN_6.214   the Cilician Gates Soli, Tarsus, Cyprus, Pisidia, Pamphylia, Side,
Plut:Demetr_47   he came down to Tarsus, he was desirous of sparing the
Plut:Mor_207   written, Theodorus of Tarsus is either a bald-pate or
SEG_54.1625.A   the council and people of Tarsos, the council and people of
SelPap_1.36   herewith the loom for Tarsian weaving which I bo
Syll_1079.D   (c. 150-90) satyr plays : Harmodios of Tarsos, son of Asklepiades, with his
Syll_697.E   (128/7) hoplite fighting:   Artemidoros of Tarsos, the son of Neon
Syll_721   (end of 2nd cent.) decided: since Dioskourides of Tarsos, the son of Dioskourides
THI_61.D   (173-169)     Hegesippos of Antiocheia on Kydnos, the son
ValMax_3.8e.6   a river running through Tarsus, eminent for the excellence
Vit:Arat_1   ns" says that Aratus came from Tarsus, and not from Soli.


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