Mylasa - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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+ Mylasan , Mylasans , Mylasians , Mylassa
Inscr_33, a letter from Olympichus to the city of Mylasa.
Philippus to Olympichus and Mylasa, about the sanctuary at Labraunda
Inscr_31.C & Austin_179c, two letters from Olympichus to Mylasa.
SEG_58.1220, a decree of Mylasa in honour of Olympichos.
Olympichus to the city of Mylasa, about the sanctuary at Labraunda
THI_121, a treaty of isopoliteia between Miletus and Mylasa.
_603, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Pixodarus of Mylasa.
punishes a magistrate from Mylassa who did not completely obey his
erk_91 (Syll_768), a letter from Octavianus to the city of Mylasa.
* distant from the city of Mylasa. A sword is attached
when he had travelled to Mylasa, and saw there a great num
(c. 203) ] Idrieus [of Mylasa], the son of Hekatomnos
its interior, for here are Mylasa, a free town, and Antiochia
ties in Asia, Cios, Gergithus, Mylassa, or Elaea. At the
(c. 220) ] how the people [of Mylasa honours] its benefactor
misium by Heracleides of Mylasa, who was one of the clever
(190-180) of Olympichos , & Mylasians: & Teians: & Kyzike
(190-140) to the [laws] of the Mylasans [and] they may establ
(31) uncil and people of the Mylasans, greetings. If you fare wel
(c. 30) ow the city of Mylasa to collect tribute from them
(267) proposed by (?) Syskes of Mylasa, the son of . . .
(c. 240-235) to preserve for the Mylasans their freedom and auto
(215/4) ed by Bion: since the Mylasans, who are friends and
in Troas and Ephesos and Mylasa, 30 and to the Erythraians
(173-169) sp; Pollis of Chrysaorian Mylasa, the son of Arist.
[14e.2] Hybreas of Mylasa, an orator of ardent and
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