Ctesiphon - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the river Tigris in Mesopotamia; the capital of the Parthian empire
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The Parthians fortify Ctesiphon, opposite Seleuceia on the river Tigr
said that he would respond at Ctesiphon. He crossed the
region -- , Seleucia, Ctesiphon, and Babylon; and, afte
Roman imperium, penetrated to Ctesiphon.  Zenobia,
him and took Coche and Ctesiphon, the noblest cities of
had made camp opposite Ctesiphon on the banks of the con
of Athens - orator; a supporter of Demosthenes
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in his Speech in defence of Ctesiphon concerning the
his speech in defence of Ctesiphon [ 262 ], has the senten
Array, speaks thus:- "Ctesiphon the Athenian, who was
Demosthenes in For Ctesiphon [ 18'107 ] and Philochorus
mosthenes' speech on behalf of Ctesiphon is above his othe
sia, Aeschines impeached Ctesiphon for acting against the
eing employed with Ctesiphon and Demosthenes in an embassy
lden crowns, and afterwards by Ctesiphon. Which last decre
of Athens - a judge in Aeolis, 2nd century B.C.
Attalus appoints Ctesiphon of Athens to be a judge in Aeolis.
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