Olbia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Olbia   - a Greek city on the north coast of the Black Sea
Wikipedia entry     ☆ DARE (map)
  + Olbian , Olbiopolitae , Olbiopolitan , Olbiopolitans
77/20c rding the dedication of a wall at Olbia by a general of Mithridates.
    Within translations:
Plin:HN_4.82   names of which were Olbiopolis and Miletopolis. [83] Returning
Plin:HN_4.83   Some authorities say that below Olbia the Panticapes flows into the
SEG_32.794   (c. 325)   pyrion laid siege to Olbia the citizens of that tow
SEG_34.758   (c. 250-225)   author publishes an Olbian decree of the third quar
Syll_286   (350-315)   ional arrangements for the Olbiopolitans and Milesi

  Olbia 2   - a city in Sardinia
Wikipedia entry     ☆ Pleiades (map)
ValMax_5.1.2   had taken the city of Olbia, after Hanno the general of

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