Cyme   - in ancient sources @

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  Cyme   - a city in Aeolis, Asia Minor
Wikipedia entry
  + Cymaeans
278/24a Austin_226, a letter of Philetaerus to the city of Cyme.
    Within translations:
AnthPal_7.291   and that of your land, Cyme, but your bones are wave-was
Athen_4.145   145] But Heracleides of Cyme, who compiled a history of
Athen_12.514   his guard, as Heracleides of Cyme relates, in the first book
Athen_12.517   [13.]   But Heracleides of Cyme, who wrote the History of
Euseb]:Chron_215   A.D.] - Rhodon of Cyme, or Theodotus, stadion race 214th
Hieron:Chron_2034   adelphia, Tmolus, Temus, Cyme, Myrina, Apollonia Dia and
Memn_5   ent there Heracleides of Cyme, a man who was well-disposed
Nepos_7.7   having been less successful at Cyme ** than was hoped, he
Oros_7.12   Asia, Elaea, Myrina, Pitane, and Cyme, and in Greece, the two
Plin:HN_5.121   and where now are Cyme, Myrina which styles itself
Plin:HN_34.14   to the same deity at Cyme.
Plut:Mor_837   pus of Chios, Ephorus of Cyme, Asclepiades who composed
Plut:Mor_839   When Ephorus of Cyme left his school before he had arri
Polyaen_7.14.3   reek hoplites, fought at Cyme against Autophradates, who
RC_17   (c. 255)   the Kymaians [from Aiolis. King
SEG_25.501.A   (c. 85) son of Herodotos, from Aeolian Kyme
Syll_689   (c. 134)   since . . . of Kyme, the daughter of Aristokrates,
THI_215   (62 A.D.)   [. . .,   Cyme,   Phocaea,   Erythra
THI_61.B   (196-146)   :   Isidikos of Kyme, the son of Mnasikles [Wr
THI_61.D   (173-169)   bsp; Apollodoros of Kyme in Aiolis, the son of Deme
ValMax_9.14e.2   like a slave of the Cymaeans, who swept the gymnasium, that

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