Mylae   - in ancient sources @

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  Mylae   - a town on the north-east coast of Sicily
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274/19 Hieron captures Mylae and Ameselum.
36/9 ippa defeats Demochares, the admiral of Sextus Pompeius, near Mylae.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.25   tory over the Carthaginians at Mylae in that year. 'Co
Naev:Pun_29   articular the battles of Mylae (260 B.C.), Tyndaris (257)
Oros_6.18   Demochares and Pompeius between Mylae and the Lipara Islands

  Mylae 2   - a town in Thessaly
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171/10 Pythous, Doliche, Cyretiae, Mylae, Elateia, Gonnus, and other cities

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