Cyme - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Aeolis, Asia Minor
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Austin_226, a letter of Philetaerus to the city of Cyme.
and that of your land, Cyme, but your bones are wave-was
145] But Heracleides of Cyme, who compiled a history of
his guard, as Heracleides of Cyme relates, in the first book
[13.] But Heracleides of Cyme, who wrote the History of
A.D.] - Rhodon of Cyme, or Theodotus, stadion race 214th
adelphia, Tmolus, Temus, Cyme, Myrina, Apollonia Dia and
ent there Heracleides of Cyme, a man who was well-disposed
having been less successful at Cyme ** than was hoped, he
Asia, Elaea, Myrina, Pitane, and Cyme, and in Greece, the two
and where now are Cyme, Myrina which styles itself
to the same deity at Cyme.
pus of Chios, Ephorus of Cyme, Asclepiades who composed
When Ephorus of Cyme left his school before he had arri
reek hoplites, fought at Cyme against Autophradates, who
(c. 255) the Kymaians [from Aiolis. King
(c. 85) son of Herodotos, from Aeolian Kyme
(c. 134) since . . . of Kyme, the daughter of Aristokrates,
(62 A.D.) [. . ., Cyme, Phocaea, Erythra
(196-146) : Isidikos of Kyme, the son of Mnasikles [Wr
(173-169) bsp; Apollodoros of Kyme in Aiolis, the son of Deme
like a slave of the Cymaeans, who swept the gymnasium, that
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