Celaenae   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Celaenae   - a city in Phrygia, Asia Minor
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320/30 Cleopatra to leave Sardis, and retires to Celaenae for the winter.
314/24 Demetrius in charge in Syria, and marches to Celaenae in Phrygia.
261/13 The foundation of Apameia (formerly called Celaenae).
    Within translations:
Archias_7.696 dwell on the hills of Celaenae, you hang from a leafy
Athen_10.415 of Midas, the king of Celaenae in Phrygia, a man of a
DioscEpigr_9.340 the shepherd of Celaenae {Marsyas} was known earlier
Plut:Demetr_6 igonus marched down from Celaenae, rejoicing in his son's
Plut:Eum_8 Upper Phrygia, and wintered in Celaenae. There Alcetas,
Polyaen_7.16.1 austes took him to Celaenae, and there struck off his head
Timoth:Pers_139 in the pasture-lands of Celaenae, bereft now of battle,

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