Amisus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the coast of Pontus
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ans, forced into exile by the tyranny of Aristion, escape to Amisus.
Mithridates retreats to Amisus and Sinope, and appeals to his son Mac
Lucullus besieges Amisus and Themiscyra.
Lucullus captures Amisus after prolonged resistance led by Callimachu
The grammarian Tyrannion of Amisus is brought to Rome by Lucullus.
creates a city called Pompeiopolis in place of Amisus and Eupatoria.
Pharnaces captures Amisus and wins over the rest of Pontus.
leians, who sent corn to Amisus so that they could feed
there he went to Amisus, and tried to persuade the inhab
colaus sailed from Amisus to Byzantium, and from there to
(102/1) This statue Dorylaos of Amisos, the son of Philetairos, the
to reach Sinope and later, Amisus.
Carusa, the free town of Amisus 130 miles from Sinope, and
and on the coast after Amisus the town of Chadisia with
Melanthius, and 80 miles from Amisus the town of Pharnacea, the
Cyzicus, Lampsacus, Sinope, Amisus, Heraclea in Pontus,
sombre and without lustre. From Amisos comes a kind similar to
and allied city & of Amisus, thanks to your favour,
granted to the people of Amisus, whose memorial you enclos
tor, Sir, of the city of Amisus has claimed in court befor
them, he need to go to Amisus to have the bullion turned
(end of 2nd cent.) and he sent Myrinos of Amisos, the son of Dionysios, an
(c. 100) since . . . of Amisos, the son of Philokrates, [who
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