Mende   - in ancient sources @

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  Mende   - a Greek city on the peninsula of Pallene, in Macedonia
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  + Mendaean , Mendean
Athen_4.129   strong, and Thasian, and Mendaean, and Lesbian wines were
Athen_11.784   special kind of vessel because Mendaean wine was exported from his
Athen_14.648   Harpocration of Mende, in his treatise on Cheesecakes,
Philoch_129   ding out 50 triremes, captured Mende and surrounded Scione
Plin:HN_4.37   the towns are Nyssus, Phryxelon, Mendae, and on the isthmus of

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