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  Ephesus   - an Ionian city, on the western coast of Anatolia
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322/5b Diodorus of Ephesus, who is due to stand trial before Perdiccas,
321/5 Inscr_111, decrees of Ephesus in honour of Cleitus, Alcetas and Neopt
318/7 Antigonus attacks Ephesus and Lydia.
302/11 and captures Sigeum, Synnada, Ephesus, Colophon, and other cities.
301/6 Syll_352 & 353, decrees of Ephesus in honour of Apollonides and Euphr
301/6a OGIS_9, a decree of Ephesus in honour of Archestratus, a friend
301/19 Demetrius escapes to Ephesus.
301/25 Demetrius thwarts a plot by Diodorus to betray Ephesus.
299/3 OGIS_10, a decree of Ephesus in honour of Nicagoras of Rhodes.
297/21 Syll_363, an decree of Ephesus in honour of Aenetus.
295/14c a decree of Priene in honour of a religious official from Ephesus.
294/8 ning measures to mitigate debt at Ephesus as a result of war damage.
288/11a THI_110, a decree of Ephesus in honour of an officer of Lysimachus.
281/5 uilds or refounds cities at Nicaea, Alexandria, Ephesus, and Smyrna.
281/14 the battle of Corupedium, after which Arsinoe escapes from Ephesus.
269/12b Demonice offers to betray Ephesus to the Gauls.
259/14 the career of Zenodotus of Ephesus, the first head of the library
258/11a ans defeat an Egyptian fleet, led by Chremonides, near Ephesus.
254/18 icles displays a painting at Ephesus, insulting Stratonice, the wife
246/43 nst Sophron, the governor of Ephesus, but he is protected by his love
242/2a olemaeus "Andromachou" is killed in Ephesus by Thracian mercenaries.
221/2 IG2_1150, an Athenian decree in honour of the people of Ephesus.
197/24 Antiochus captures Ephesus.
193/18 Scipio Africanus) goes to Ephesus, but fails to reach agreement
193/19 discusses plans for a war against Rome with his advisers at Ephesus.
191/12 Antiochus returns to Ephesus.
190/2 Antiochus leaves Ephesus hastily, to avoid any impropriety with the
189/1 hyateira, Magnesia, Tralles, Ephesus, and other cities in Asia Minor
140/14 letter from Attalus praising his son's tutor, a citizen of Ephesus.
138/13 Attalus attempts to improve the harbour at Ephesus.
94/16 OGIS_437, a letter of Scaevola to the city of Ephesus.
87/56 nts additional rights of asylum to the temple of Artemis at Ephesus.
86/34 The Ephesians capture and kill Zenobius, and declare war on Mithridat
85/9a L_90, emergency measures at Ephesus for the defence of the city agai
56/9 of gaining Roman support, and goes away to the temple at Ephesus.
51/23 to Atticus, written during Cicero's journey from Athens to Ephesus.
42/6 The Ephesians pass a decree, allowing the Jews to observe the Sabbath
41/4 Antonius resides at Ephesus, and settles the affairs of Asia Minor.
41/20 the sister of Cleopatra, is killed at Ephesus by order of Antonius.
38/22 letters from Octavianus to the cities of Aphrodisias, Ephesus and Sam
33/10 Antonius and Cleopatra gather their forces at Ephesus.
30/7 Octavianus punishes Ephesus for its support of Antonius.
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_48   Pythagoras, tyrant of Ephesus [49] & {52 DF} & & Suda_
Aelian:Fr_49   B'558†& Pythagoras of Ephesus seemed to be immoderately
Aelian:Fr_64   T'940 & & Syrphax, tyrant of Ephesus. [65] & {68 DF} &
Aelian:NA_4.50   so that Apelles ** of Ephesus incurred blame for ignori
Aelian:NA_11.27   of Magnesia ** and of Ephesus were roused to war by a
Aelian:NA_12.9   of Artemis the Fair at Ephesus, now sinking down upon
Aelian:NA_16.38   in Metropolis ** near Ephesus there is a lake and near
AnthPal_9.424   prosperous years, but unhappy Ephesus. & Whither, then,
AntipThes_9.58   the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus I have set eyes on the
AntipThes_9.790   the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus Who was it that transport
Apollod:Fr_47   in the same year, Eubulus of Ephesus, the son of Callicr
Apollod:Fr_53   of Ariston, and of Eubulus of Ephesus for a short time.
Arrian:Fr_10   The cities around Ephesus gave him a friendly welcome,
Athen_6.267   the Samians colonized Ephesus, being a thousand men in
Athen_7.289   the history of the Tyrants at Ephesus. And Hegesander say
Athen_8.349   & Once, when at Ephesus, as rumour goes, & A stupid har
Athen_10.425   "eyes;" but among the Ephesians, the youths who acted
Athen_10.439   efeated in the war, he fled to Ephesus, with his newly-mar
Athen_11.503   {109.}   Heracleon of Ephesus asserts that "what we call
Athen_12.525   A third was all for Ephesus ; a fourth†
Athen_12.534   as his maid-servants. For the Ephesians used to put up a
Athen_12.543   a worthy citizen & Of noble Ephesus. His father's name
Athen_12.548   ing, besides, & A lot of Ephesian beautiful letters, & In
Athen_13.573   istory of the Affairs of Ephesus, says that there is at
Athen_13.591   the comic poet, in his Ephesian Women, speaks in the fol
Athen_13.593   governor of the garrison in Ephesus, had a mistress nam
Athen_13.605   laurel, the offering of the Ephesians. This boy was bro
Athen_14.647   skoi. Heracleon of Ephesus tells us that those cheesecakes
Athen_15.681   the lotus. And Themistagoras the Ephesian, in his book entitled The
Athen_15.689   place itself; [689] for Ephesus formerly, as men say, had
Athen_15.689   the place itself; [689] for Ephesus formerly, as men say, had
Cic:DeOr_2.75   driven from Carthage, came to Ephesus as an exile to seek
Cic:Tusc_5.105   Hermodorus the chief of the Ephesians, that he said, "that all
CIL_1.647   131 {miles from Ephesus} So also the Greek, which adds
CIL_1.727   our. CIL_1 .727 (e) Ephesus. Tablet of st
Euseb]:Chron_117   now I shall add Menander the Ephesian, as an additional
Euseb]:Chron_185   azons burnt down the temple at Ephesus. Apheidas, the son
Euseb]:Chron_205   B.C.] - Pythostratus of Ephesus, stadion race 104th [364
Euseb]:Chron_213   [4 B.C.] - Demaratus of Ephesus, stadion race 195th [1
Euseb]:Chron_247   metrius escaped to Ephesus, and lost control of all of Asi
Euseb]:Chron_251   ill, [p251] and died at Ephesus in the third year of the
FGrH_252.B   losopher, Heracleitus of Ephesus, Anaxagoras, Parmenides
FGrH_257a.1   wrestling Antipater of Ephesus, in the boys' stadion rac
GranLic_28   held investigations at Ephesus, and executed the leaders
Hieron:Chron_2034   troyed by an earthquake: Ephesus, Magnesia, Sardis, Mosten
Joseph:AJ_14.224   larly to the city of the Ephesians, the metropolis of Asia
Joseph:AJ_14.225   magistrates, and people of the Ephesians, sendeth greeting
Joseph:AJ_14.228   rites, and yet live at Ephesus, free from going into the
Joseph:AJ_14.230   tes, senate, and people of the Ephesians, sendeth greeting
Joseph:AJ_14.234   the laws of the Jews at Ephesus, on account of the supers
Joseph:AJ_14.240   red rites of the Jews at Ephesus, on account of the supers
Joseph:AJ_14.262   city." [262] The decree of the Ephesians. "When Menophilus
Joseph:AJ_14.304   hen Antonius was come to Ephesus, Hyrcanus the high priest
Joseph:AJ_14.307   ambassadors, met me at Ephesus, and have renewed the emb
Joseph:AJ_14.314   appeared before me at Ephesus, and told me that you are
Joseph:AJ_15.89   the temple of Artemis in Ephesus; [90]   for if there
Just_2.4   aving then founded Ephesus and several other towns there,
Just_31.4   eeting with Antiochus at Ephesus, made their communication
Just_36.4   in wedlock, but of an Ephesian mistress, the daughter
Lucill_11.312   year old Maximus from Ephesus." I (says the tomb) never
Meleager_7.79   G-P 121 } & On Heracleitus of Ephesus A. " Sir, I am Hera
Nepos_2.8   Then he went on to Ephesus and there landed Themistocles, who
Nepos_17.3   led his army back to Ephesus for the winter; there he
OGIS_10   (c. 285)   ukos to the people of Ephesos and to the other Gree
OGIS_335   (150-133)   Ilion and Delos and Ephesos, in which the letter
Oros_1.15   they themselves became founders of Ephesus and other cities† - the
Oros_4.20   met the latter tarrying at Ephesus and urged him to begin
Oros_6.2   in this manner, the Ephesians, fearing that they would
Oros_7.11   John who then returned to Ephesus. After a reign of one
PHaun_6   he was slaughtered in Ephesus ἐπιβ
Phlegon:Mir_1   compelled him to withdraw to Ephesus. [2] Acilius dispat
Plin:HN_5.114   it is 15 miles from Ephesus, and 3 miles more from
Plin:HN_5.115   interposed. In the city of Ephesus is the spring called Callippia,
Plin:HN_5.116   [116] After leaving Ephesus there is another Matium, which
Plin:HN_5.120   Magnesians from Sipylus. But Ephesus, the other great luminary
Plin:HN_5.137   us to the neighbourhood of Ephesus, where are also those called
Plin:HN_6.215   Caria, Ionia, Tralles, Colophon, Ephesus, Miletus, Chios, Samos, the
Plin:HN_7.125   the wonderful Temple of at Ephesus, Philon who made a dockyard
Plin:HN_7.127   Jupiter and by Diana of Ephesus, works that have immortalized the
Plin:HN_33.114   in the Cilbian territory beyond Ephesus, where the sand is of
Plin:HN_33.117   'in one colour.' Cinnabar from Ephesus was also used for painting,
Plin:HN_33.154   of the Temple of of Ephesus and of the Capitol. [155]
Plin:HN_33.156   Pasiteles, Posidonius of Ephesus, Hedys, Thracides who
Plin:HN_34.21   the statue of Hermodorus of Ephesus the interpreter of the laws
Plin:HN_34.53   in the Temple of of Ephesus, it was agreed that the
Plin:HN_34.58   taken from the people of Ephesus by Antonius the triumvir but
Plin:HN_34.91   chaser, native of Ephesus), Periclymenus, Philon, Symenus,
Plin:HN_35.67   also, a native of Ephesus contributed much to painting,
Plin:HN_35.92   in the Temple of at Ephesus, for a fee of twenty
Plin:HN_35.93   the priest of Artemis of† Ephesus, a Clitus with Horse hastening
Plin:HN_35.129   picture by him at Ephesus, Odysseus Feigning Madness and
Plin:HN_35.131   and a DanaŽ; while at Ephesus there is the tomb of
Plin:HN_35.140   at the harbour of Ephesus, himself making a hurried
Plin:HN_35.147   panel picture of Artemis at Ephesus, Irene daughter and pupil of
Plin:HN_36.32   behind the Temple of at Ephesus. In studying this statue people
Plin:HN_36.95   namely the Temple of at Ephesus, the building of which occupied
Plin:HN_36.179   the earlier Temple of at Ephesus that columns were for the
Plin:HN_37.25   is made by Xenocrates of Ephesus that in Asia Minor and
Plinius:Ep_6.31   the leading citizen at Ephesus, a man of great generosit
Plinius:Ep_10.15-18 *   my way with all my retinue to Ephesus. Though I have been
Plut:Demetr_30   And as he reached Ephesus in a short time, and was in wan
Plut:Mor_183   presently removed from Ephesus, lest he should be swayed
Plut:Mor_840   that he went to Alexander at Ephesus. But upon the death
Polyaen_4.7.4   his guards in charge of Ephesus: which Diodorus engaged
Polyaen_5.18.1   maeus, whose fleet then lay at Ephesus. Chremonides, Ptole
Polyaen_5.19.1   was left in charge of Ephesus, and he gave shelter ther
Polyaen_6.49.1   ander, demanded that the Ephesians should hand over Anaxag
Polyaen_6.50.1   the Lydian was besieging Ephesus, the tower, which was cal
Polyaen_7.23.2   ister schemes of Herophytus of Ephesus. The men whom he
Polyaen_7.27.2   adates observed that the Ephesians, who were encamped oppo
Polyaen_8.57.1   Lysimachus, the city of Ephesus was distracted with sedit
Porph:Fr_46   tara, Xanthus, and last of all Ephesus. All of this is rel
POxy_1241   sing. Zenodotus of Ephesus was the director of the library
RC_17   (c. 255)   [council and people] of Ephesos, [greetings]. The
RC_48   (197-159)   ll be set up . . . and in Ephesos . . . Farewell.
RC_49   (182)   t as envoys] Megon of Ephesos, one of our friend
RC_50   (182)   a and Megon [of Ephesos, who are] of our highest ho
SEG_39.1290   (44) is the sanctuary of the Ephesian Artemis and the temple of
SEG_54.1625.C   ally, [having] travelled to Ephesus discussed with me the
SEG_57.443   (  mid 2nd century) oroneia]:   since Zotion of Ephesos, the son of Zotion,
Syll_1079.B   (c. 150-90) tragedies : Glaukon of Ephesos, son of Glaukon
Syll_1079.C   (c. 150-90) comedies : Agathenor of Ephesos, son of Aristonax, with his
Syll_346   (302/1)   nes, and Polyzelos of Ephesos, the son of Apollopha
Syll_352   (306-301)   army; and that the Ephesians and all residents of
Syll_353   (302)   zealous towards the Ephesian people, and now, when
Syll_363   (c. 297)   t a delegation to the Ephesian people and asked
Syll_478   (315-280)   atos and Argeios of Ephesos, the sons of Themis
Syll_517   (315-280)   nted to Alkidamas of Ephesos, the son of (?) Al
Syll_599   (c. 196-192)   temple of Artemis in Ephesos; and we made our deci
Syll_642   (c. 174-159)   le: since Hikesios of Ephesos, the son of Metrodo
THI_64   (263-236)   sp; 114 Hermolaos of Ephesos the son of Danaos
THI_66   (302-295)   w that] the people of Ephesos gives rewards to [its
THI_110   (294-289)   ow that the people of Ephesos honours those who sho
THI_119   (334-300)   emis founded by the Ephesians, they profaned the sa
THI_167.A   (c. 300) ual taxation and resides in Ephesos, has won the boxing conte
THI_173   (end 2nd cent.) earlier reports [from the] Ephesians, sailed out against the
THI_175.B   of Alexandria in Troas and Ephesos and Mylasa, 30 and to
THI_175.E   d Magnesians and Samians and Ephesians who were staying in t
THI_215   tion, which was found in Ephesus in 1976, contains reg
THI_61.C   (early 2nd century)     Apollonios of Ephesos, the son of Alkippos S
THI_61.D   (173-169)   :   Menekrates of Ephesos, the son of Menekrat
Timoth:Pers_139   God, Artemis, over to Ephesus will protect.' [162] And
ValMax_8.14e.5   the temple of Diana at Ephesus, so that by the destruction
Vit:Arat_2   Aetolia, 13 Alexander of Ephesus, Alexander Lycaites, Anac

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