Thasos   - in ancient sources @

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  Thasos   - an island in the north of the Aegean Sea
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  + Thasian , Thasians
202/9 Philippus captures Cius and Thasos.
80/36 Sherk_64, a letter of Cn.Dolabella to the people of Thasos.
42/40 have taken refuge on the island of Thasos, surrender to Antonius
    Within translations:
AnthPal_16.30 Ph 6 } & The hand of Thasian Polygnotus made me, and
AnthPal_7.534 astening to reach bright Thasos, trading from Coele Syria
Antiphil_9.242 ught up on the shores of Thasos, he who conducted those
Athen_1.28 ver. The Chian and Thasian wines are mentioned by Epilycus
Athen_4.129 us, hot and strong, and Thasian, and Mendaean, and Lesbia
Athen_4.146 for instance, among the Thasians, who, because of the cit
Athen_10.412 [412] But Theagenes of Thasos, the athlete, ate a bull
Athen_10.432 He took some fine old Thasian wine, and then & Some of
Athen_11.463 says- "The Chian and the Thasian drink out of large cups,
Athen_12.523 ingly, speaking of Thasos as inferior to Siris, he says:-
Athen_13.579 ite full, & Of wine from Thasos; perfumes, too, and crowns
Athen_13.589 ife, as Stesimbrotus the Thasian informs us; and Stesimbro
Philoch_43 it is a trading-post of the Thasians. Philochorus in
Plut:Demetr_19 but was the flux from Thasos or from Chios ?" Another
Plut:Mor_845 mercenary soldiers in Thasos, and thither sailed himsel
Polyaen_01.45.4 had seized control of Thasos, knowing that many of the
Polyaen_02.1.27 eir general Symmachus of Thasos, to guard the crossing of
Polyaen_02.33.1 Hegetorides. The Thasians were closely besieged by the
Polyaen_06.2.1 a ship to Samos, another to Thasos, and a third to the
Polyaen_08.67.1 Plutarch, Mor.244] [67] The Thasian Women. The Thasians
Simonid_9.700 48 } & Polygnotus of Thasos, the son of Aglaophon, pai
THI_61.B (196-146)   s]:   Arotes of Thasos, the son of Arotes [Wre
THI_64 (263-236)     Archonides of Thasos the son of Pythonax

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