Tyre   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

This is part of the index of names on the attalus website. The names occur either in lists of events (arranged by year, from the 4th to the 1st century B.C.) or in translations of sources. There are many other sources available in translation online - for a fuller but less precise search, Search Ancient Texts.
On each line there is a link to the page where the name can be found.

  Tyre   - a city on the coast of Phoenicia
Wikipedia entry     ☆ DARE (map)
  + 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
Athen_04.167 nder, after the siege of Tyre, dismissed Pnytagoras, and
Diog_Laert_07.1 Apollonius, the Tyrian, says that he was thin, very tal
Diog_Laert_07.2 caton, and Apollonius of Tyre, in the first book of his
Diog_Laert_07.6 reported by Apollonius, the Tyrian, in his essay on Zen
Diog_Laert_07.24 wer." Apollonius of Tyre tells us, that when Crates
Diog_Laert_07.139 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_* 49-53 * mentions the siege of Tyre; as is Megasthenes, in the
Euseb]:Chron_113 then records among the Tyrians that take in the history
Euseb]:Chron_257 Damascus, and fled to Tyre, but was refused entry into
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:BJ_01.147 they had fetched from Tyre near to the wall, and tried
Joseph:BJ_01.231 spected that, and was at Tyre, he resolved to withdraw his
Joseph:BJ_01.238 arion, the tyrant of the Tyrians, out of Galilee, when he
Joseph:BJ_01.245 thousand ambassadors to Tyre, where Antonius now abode,
Joseph:BJ_01.249 the maritime people, the Tyrians would not receive Pacorus
Joseph:BJ_01.275 the intercession of the Tyrians, to get them accepted;
Joseph:BJ_01.361 his side the river Eleutherus, Tyre and Sidon excepted.
Joseph:BJ_1.422 agoras at Berytus and Tyre, with theatres at Sidon and
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_18.7 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
Plut:Demetr_32 at, angrily insisted on having Tyre and Sidon. This behavi
Polyaen_04.13.1 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,
Schol:Bob_92 been demanded from the Tyrians, and brought to Rome, soo

  ← Search for another name

This page © Andrew Smith, 2016   :   Attalus' home page