Xanthus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Xanthus   - a city in Lycia, Anatolia
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  + Xanthian , Xanthians
242/7a SEG_36.1218, a letter from Ptolemy III to the city of Xanthus.
205/1 EG_38.1476, the response of Xanthus to an appeal for aid from the
197/21a OGIS_746, recording the consecration of Xanthus by Antiochus.
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_215   A.D.] - Hermogenes of Xanthus, stadion race [At this
OGIS_91   (205-181)   half of the city of Xanthos, the commander Euphrain
Plin:HN_5.100   Then comes Pyrrha, and also Xanthus 15 miles from the sea,
Plin:HN_6.214   Lycaonia, Lycia, Patara, Xanthus, Caunus, Rhodes, Cos,
Porph:Fr_46   cus, Andriace, Limyra, Patara, Xanthus, and last of all
PsCallisth_1.42   And Argus came, the lord of Xanthus he. & His child,
SEG_18.570   (180-120)   mos seized the city of Xanthos and staged massacres
SEG_33.1183   (260/59) e people and archons of Xanthos: since Pandaros of Herakleia, t
SEG_33.1184   (196)   riest of the kings at Xanthos, and Tlepolemos son o
SEG_38.1476   (206/5)   . Therefore the Xanthians, whose philanthropy is se
SEG_44.1218   (150-110) enable isopoliteia between the Xanthians and the Myrans - ha
SEG_60.1569   (c. 160-150) of Leto that is at Xanthos, one in the temple of

  Xanthus 2   - author of a history of Lydia, 5th century B.C.
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Athen_10.415   of one ship of war? And Xanthus, in his Account of Lydia,
Athen_12.515   first to castrate women, as Xanthus the Lydian tells us, or

  Xanthus 3   - a Boeotian general, killed in a battle against the Athenians
Polyaen_1.19.1 of the Athenians, and Xanthus, general of the Boeotians

  Xanthus 4   - an Egyptian official, 3rd century B.C.
265/23 Bagnall_92, a letter from Xanthus to Euphranor.

  Xanthus   - in documents
SelPap_2.404 likewise 19 drachmae, of Xanthus, keeper of the archi


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