Dyme   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Dyme   - a city in Achaea, Greece
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  + Dymae
314/3 Alexander captures Dyme, but his garrison is overwhelmed by the inhab
219/23 Aetolian raids on Aegeira and Dyme.
180/8 character and policies of Aristaenus of Dyme, an Achaean statesman.
143/23 from Q.Fabius to the city of Dyme, describing the suppression of
67/33 pirates at Pompeiopolis (Soli), Mallus, Adana, and Dyme in Achaea.
    Within translations:
AnthPal_7.445 ntiades and Eustratus of Dyme, the sons of Echellus, rusti
Euseb]:Chron_195 [756 B.C.] - Oebotas of Dyme, stadion race 7th [752 B.C.]
Euseb]:Chron_197 preoccupied by a war against Dyme. 29th [664 B.C.] - Chi
Plut:Arat_11 commander, whether of Dyme, or Tritaea, or some more
Plut:Arat_47 country about Patrae and Dyme, and then proceeded to Messe
Plut:Cleom_14 mped in the territory of Dymae, near Hecatombaeum, upon
SEG_58.370 (180-170)   oxenos, Antandros of Dyme the son of Hyperbios, Ep
Syll_531 (3rd cent.)   ple of the city [of Dyme], being free-born and of
THI_86 (170-164)   tue of Hagemonidas of Dyme, the son of Zephyros, to

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