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  Tyre   - a city on the coast of Phoenicia
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  + Tyrian , Tyrians
320/15 erdiccas, takes his fleet to Tyre, but is defeated in an attack on
315/20 omises freedom to the Greek states; then he starts to besiege Tyre
314/16 Antigonus captures Tyre.
298/13 Demetrius and Seleucus quarrel over Tyre and Sidon.
193/7 Hannibal sends Ariston of Tyre on a secret mission to Carthage
140/21 is succeeded as head of the Peripatetic school by Diodorus of Tyre
126/9 gains independence from the Seleucids; beginning of the Tyrian era
126/9 Tyre gains independence from the Seleucids; beginning of the Tyrian
125/2 Demetrius is killed at Tyre.
73/38 M.Cato takes Antipater of Tyre as his companion, makes his first
64/31 subject to the Romans, but Tyre and Byblus are allowed to remain
48/63 Caecilius Bassus escapes to Tyre, after serving in the army of Pomp
    Within translations:
[Tib]:PanMes_118   nned the garb of flaming Tyrian threads {the toga praextex
1Macc_5   her men of Ptolemais and Tyre and Sidon, and all Galilee
1Macc_11   governor from the Ladder of Tyre to the borders of Egyp
2Macc_4   games were being held at Tyre and the king was present,
Aelian:Fr_59   the oracle, to tell the Tyrians to revolt against those
AnthPal_7.462   earth of Sidon covers her, and Tyre her country bewails
AntipThes_7.286   ich halls, and the hope of all Tyre has perished. None of
Athen_4.167   nder, after the siege of Tyre, dismissed Pnytagoras, and
Cic:Acad_2.11   and Antiochus's friend, the Tyrian Heraclitus, was at Alexandria
Cic:Tusc_3.66   escape; but when they reached Tyre, they began to grieve and
DiogLaert_7.1   Apollonius, the Tyrian, says that he was thin, very tal
DiogLaert_7.2   caton, and Apollonius of Tyre, in the first book of his
DiogLaert_7.6   reported by Apollonius, the Tyrian, in his essay on Zen
DiogLaert_7.24   wer." Apollonius of Tyre tells us, that when Crates
DiogLaert_7.139   inciple, as Antipater of Tyre, says in the eighth book of
Ennius:Ann_236   ra' he wishes us to understand Tyrian purple. For that Tyr
Eupolemus_2   ing of the Phśnicians at Tyre, and theirs to Solomon; in
Euseb]:Chron_113-117 *   then records among the Tyrians that take in the history
Euseb]:Chron_257   Damascus, and fled to Tyre, but was refused entry into
Euseb]:Chron_49-53 *   mentions the siege of Tyre; as is Megasthenes, in the
FGrH_255.7   of Philippus captured Tyre and took possession of Egypt
Hieron:Chron_1685   Ar.] Alexander captured Tyre, and entered Judaea, where
Joseph:AJ_12.233   ace to this state, he named it Tyre. This place is between
Joseph:AJ_12.331   nts of Ptolemais, and of Tyre and Sidon, and strangers of
Joseph:AJ_13.146   the forces, from the Ladder of Tyre unto Egypt. [147] So
Joseph:AJ_13.154   between the land of the Tyrians and Galilee,) for they
Joseph:AJ_13.268   He went thence to Tyre, and was there caught; and when
Joseph:AJ_14.62   and battering-rams from Tyre, and placing them on the ban
Joseph:AJ_14.120   he came back to Tyre, he went up into Judaea also, and
Joseph:AJ_14.197   pitol, and at Sidon, and Tyre, and Ascalon, and in the tem
Joseph:AJ_14.288   ommanders of his army at Tyre, with orders to assist Herod
Joseph:AJ_14.290   was then a hostage at Tyre, he went to that city, and
Joseph:AJ_14.297   assius to tyrannise over Tyre; for this (?) Cussiris was
Joseph:AJ_14.298   all from him; but the Tyrian garrison he dismissed in
Joseph:AJ_14.305   time, a decree to the Tyrians; the contents of which
Joseph:AJ_14.313   also forbid the Tyrians to use any violence with you;
Joseph:AJ_14.314   strates, senate, and people of Tyre, sendeth greeting. The
Joseph:AJ_14.319   strates, senate, and people of Tyre, sendeth greeting. I
Joseph:AJ_14.327   sand of the Jews came to Tyre to meet him there, whither
Joseph:AJ_14.333   and. [333] Now the Tyrians excluded Pacorus, but the Sidon
Joseph:AJ_15.95   as far as Egypt, excepting Tyre and Sidon, which he knew
Joseph:AJ_15.169   who were formerly slain at Tyre by Antony: [170]   yet
Joseph:BJ_1.147   they had fetched from Tyre near to the wall, and tried
Joseph:BJ_1.231   spected that, and was at Tyre, he resolved to withdraw his
Joseph:BJ_1.238   arion, the tyrant of the Tyrians, out of Galilee, when he
Joseph:BJ_1.245   thousand ambassadors to Tyre, where Antonius now abode,
Joseph:BJ_1.249   the maritime people, the Tyrians would not receive Pacorus
Joseph:BJ_1.275   the intercession of the Tyrians, to get them accepted;
Joseph:BJ_1.361   his side the river Eleutherus, Tyre and Sidon excepted.
Joseph:BJ_1.422   agoras at Berytus and Tyre, with theatres at Sidon and
Joseph:BJ_1.543   meanwhile, dragged his sons to Tyre, and, taking ship thence to
Just_11.10   er. 10 The city of Tyre sending Alexander, by the hands
Just_18.3   tent, the history of the Tyrians, whose misfortunes were
Just_18.4   city. [18.4] The Tyrians, being thus settled under the
Just_18.7   his father's camp from Tyre (whither he had been sent
Just_39.1   es, and setting sail for Tyre, to shelter himself in the
Just_44.5   things of Hercules from Tyre, whence also the Carthaginia
MegTaan_12   the 12th thereof is the day of Tyrian. [The scholiast says
Meleager_7.417-419 *   & { G-P 2 } & Island Tyre was my nurse, and Gadara,
Meleager_7.428   victory, but prolific Tyre, the proud mother of palms,
Meleager_12.59   Delicate children does Tyre nurture, so help me Love,
Meleager_12.256   islands are you, holy Tyre, having the perfumed grove
Oros_3.16   ancient and flourishing city of Tyre which, trusting in the support
Oros_3.17   was completely devastated, Tyre uprooted, Cilicia exhausted,
Oros_4.6   the Carthaginians learned that Tyre, their mother city, had
Oros_7.25   Syria. Thousands of people throughout Tyre and Sidon were crushed by
PCairZen_59016   Zenon greeting. In Tyre I spent all my travelling allowanc
PCairZen_59093   And Menekles of Tyre, he said, had brought some slaves
Phld:Acad_34   living in Sicily, Mnaseas of Tyre and . . . of
Phld:Sto_79   of Alexandria and Antipater of Tyre, who was previously also a
Plin:HN_4.120   ancestors of the Carthaginians, the Tyrians, were said to have come
Plin:HN_5.76   but the entire renown of Tyre now consists in a shell-fish
Plin:HN_5.78   inhabited by people from Tyre, Sidon and Aradus; Orthosia,
Plin:HN_6.213   Phoenicia, Ptolemais, Sidon, Tyre, Berytus, Botrys, Tripolis,
Plin:HN_7.208   was invented by Hippus of Tyre, the cutter by the Cyrenians,
Plin:HN_35.45   highly praised than that of Tyre or Gaetulia or Laconia, places
Plin:HN_37.75   the temple of Hercules at Tyre a large square pillar of
Plin:HN_37.122   has the perfect shade of Tyrian purple at its best, and
Plin:HN_37.161   the temple of Hercules at Tyre is said to have been
Plin:HN_37.173   It is found also at Tyre and in Galatia and, according
Plinius:Ep_1.10   oic, who taught in Tyre until he followed Vespasian to Rom
Plut:Demetr_32   at, angrily insisted on having Tyre and Sidon. This behavi
Polyaen_4.13.1   Craterus. When the Tyrians attacked and overpowered the
PsCallisth_1.35-37 *   nds of armed men he arrived at Tyre. The Tyrians were arra
PsCallisth_2.2   not reason justly. 'He sacked Tyre,' said Aeschines. Yes,
PsCallisth_2.3   out fighting. He says that the Tyrians were weak. Yet the
Schol:Bob_92   been demanded from the Tyrians, and brought to Rome, soo
THI_249   (133/2) year of the people of Tyre, that it may be to
THI_250   (222/1) of the people of [ Tyre ] ; as also they
ValMax_1.8e.11   at the pump in a Tyrian hexeris was thrown out of

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