Troad   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Troad   - the region around Troy
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270/15 Antiochus I granting land in the Troad to Aristodicides of Assus
197/3 talus destroys Gergitha in the Troad and resettles its inhabitants
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_5.1   who still inhabit the Troad assert that there is a tomb
Aelian:NA_8.21   nce the Scamander in the Troad turns the sheep that drink
Aelian:NA_12.5   live in Hamaxitus in the Troad worship a mouse, and that
Athen_3.73   up.   And in the Troas in former times all who wished
Athen_4.155   nax of Alexandria in the Troad, who wrote the Histories,
ChronPasc_420   Cypris Alexandria in the Troad Alexandria in Babylonia Ale
Diod_37.1   subdue the cities of the Troas, while later the Romans def
ExcBarb_34B   Cypris Alexandria in the Troad Alexandria in Babylonia Ale
Nepos_4.3   in the region of the Troad; there he nourished plans that
NicDam_134   zantium, and from there to the Troad. He proceeded to Iliu
Phylarch_67   (chapter 7) & Praylus of the Troas is punished as a trai
Plin:HN_5.121-125 *   Aeolis, once called Mysia, and Troas lying on the coast of
Plin:HN_5.138   Crommyonnesos, Megale. Off the Troad are Ascaniae, the three
Plin:HN_5.143   was the frontier of the Troad, and at which Mysia began.
Plin:HN_5.145   Phrygia lies behind the Troad and the peoples already
Plin:HN_6.216   Phrygia, the Hellespont, the Troad, Tenedos, Abydos, Scepsis, Ilium,
Plin:HN_36.128   them. Those found in the Troad are black and female, and
Plin:HN_36.131   [131] At Assos in the Troad we find the Sarcophagus stone,
POxy_1380   sun ; in Caria Hecate ; in the Troad and at Dindyma . .
THI_44   (c. 315-307)   izens of Antigoneia in] the Troad. It was resolve


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