Dyme - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Achaea, Greece
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Alexander captures Dyme, but his garrison is overwhelmed by the inhab
Aetolian raids on Aegeira and Dyme.
character and policies of Aristaenus of Dyme, an Achaean statesman.
from Q.Fabius to the city of Dyme, describing the suppression of
pirates at Pompeiopolis (Soli), Mallus, Adana, and Dyme in Achaea.
ntiades and Eustratus of Dyme, the sons of Echellus, rusti
[756 B.C.] - Oebotas of Dyme, stadion race 7th [752 B.C.]
preoccupied by a war against Dyme. 29th [664 B.C.] - Chi
commander, whether of Dyme, or Tritaea, or some more
country about Patrae and Dyme, and then proceeded to Messe
mped in the territory of Dymae, near Hecatombaeum, upon
(180-170) oxenos, Antandros of Dyme the son of Hyperbios, Ep
(3rd cent.) ple of the city [of Dyme], being free-born and of
(170-164) tue of Hagemonidas of Dyme, the son of Zephyros, to
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