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  Pergamon   - a city in Asia Minor, the capital of the Attalid kingdom
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  + Pergamene , Pergamenes , Pergamum
269/19 The birth of Attalus, the future king of Pergamon.
262/9 General remarks about the role of Philetaerus as ruler of Pergamon.
262/10 taerus, who is succeeded as ruler of Pergamon by his nephew Eumenes.
240/11 OGIS_267, a letter from Eumenes I to Pergamon.
228/7 Lake Colo'e in Lydia and near the temple of Aphrodite at Pergamon.
222/21 Achaeus forces Attalus to take refuge in Pergamon.
220/46 The birth of Attalus, the son of Attalus of Pergamon.
211/10 into an alliance with the Romans, along with Attalus of Pergamon.
201/15 Philippus attacks Pergamon.
201/16 The fleets of Pergamon and Rhodes are defeated by the Macedonians at
190/10 Seleucus attacks Pergamon.
168/7 sails into the Aegean, and surprises a convoy of Pergamene ships.
158/5 Eumenes creates a library at Pergamon by collecting a large number
155/7 Prusias advances as far as Pergamon.
149/28a OGIS_299, a decree of Pergamon in honour of a priestess of Athena.
149/3a OGIS_323, a decree of Pergamon in honour of an envoy to Rome.
145/22 War between Attalus of Pergamon and Diegylus the Thracian.
139/9a _682, a decree of Delphi in honour of three painters from Pergamon.
138/11 OGIS_329, a decree of Aegina in honour of Cleon of Pergamon.
138/17 The death of Attalus II of Pergamon, and accession of Attalus III.
135/10 OGIS_331.4, a letter from Attalus to Pergamon.
133/12a dispute between Pitane and Mytilene by arbitrators from Pergamon.
133/12c OGIS_332, a decree of Pergamon granting divine honours to Attalus
133/14 Death of Attalus III of Pergamon, who bequeaths his kingdom to Rome.
133/29 extending the citizenship of Pergamon as a consequence of Attalus'
130/12 Death of Perperna at Pergamon.
129/32 G_694, a decree of Elaea or Pergamon recording the city's status as
129/39 Roman senate concerning the boundaries of the territory of Pergamon.
106/20 The birth of Apollodorus of Pergamon, a rhetorician who became one
86/39 opponents at Smyrna, Lesbos, Pergamon, Adramyttium, and elsewhere,
85/3 ria defeats Mithridates' son and forces Mithridates out of Pergamon.
85/12 Mithridates takes away Mithridates of Pergamon as his companion.
64/40 Apollodorus of Pergamon, the future teacher of Octavianus, is in his
47/9 forces that Mithridates of Pergamon is leading to relieve Caesar.
47/13 Mithridates of Pergamon captures Pelusium.
47/43 establishes Mithridates of Pergamon as tetrarch and king of Bosporu
47/44 Sherk1_80, concessions granted to Pergamon by Caesar.
46/50 Mithridates of Pergamon is defeated by Asander, while attempting
45/75 _449, a decree of the city of Pergamon in honour of Servilius Vatia.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_10.42   Telephus the grammarian from Pergamum in Mysia says. [43
Aelian:NA_14.25   those who inhabit the Pergamum of Telephus, but you are
Aelian:NA_17.9   oras and attested by Crates of Pergamum in Mysia. [10]
Aelian:NA_17.37   life. Crates of Pergamum says that Stesichorus also sin
AntipThes_7.692   THESSALONICA Glycon of Pergamon, the glory of Asia, the
AntipThes_9.238   This statue of Apollo was at Pergamon (Paus. viii. 42,
Athen_6.235   one which Carystius of Pergamon, in his treatise on the
Athen_10.445   that Eumenes the king of Pergamon, the nephew of Philetaer
Athen_11.506   ! At least Carystius of Pergamum in Historical writes as follows
Athen_12.542   And Carystius of Pergamon, in the third book of his Comm
Athen_12.548   gods." And Carystius of Pergamon, in his Historical Comme
Athen_13.577   Philetaerus the king of Pergamon, and of all that country
Athen_14.620   poetry, as Carystius of Pergamon says in his essay on Sot
Athen_15.689   extracted from frankincense at Pergamon owing to the invention
Athen_15.697   succeeded Philetaerus as king of Pergamon judge of all his subjects
CIL_1.647   Aquillius. Found near Dikeli, Pergamum's port. 129
DiogLaert_7.34   and also by Isidorus of Pergamon, the orator, who says
DionHal:Din_1   ther Callimachus nor the Pergamene scholars wrote anything
DionHal:Din_11   omed, gentlemen." In the Pergamene indices this is entered
Ennius:Ann_371   of truth ? [371] & Siege of Pergamum by Seleucus IV in
Euseb]:Chron_213   A.D.] - Hermogenes of Pergamon, stadion race 203rd [33
Hieron:Chron_1953   in Ar.] Apollodorus of Pergamum, the Greek orator and
Joseph:AJ_14.128   for when Mithridates of Pergamon was bringing his auxilia
Joseph:AJ_14.247   [247] The decree of those of Pergamon. "When Cratippus
Joseph:BJ_1.187   nce Mithridates of Pergamon, with the forces he led agains
Joseph:BJ_1.425   and Nicopolitans, and Pergamon in Mysia, full of donati
Just_13.2   for a boy, there was at Pergamum a son of Alexander by
Just_38.6   essor to Eumenes king of Pergamum; that Eumenes himself,
Lucian:Macr_12   secured and kept the throne of Pergamon, and closed his
Lucian:Macr_23   fe. Apollodorus of Pergamon, the rhetorician who was tutor
Memn_24   and escaped to his father in Pergamon along with some
Nepos_23.10   quarrelled with Eumenes, king of Pergamum, a strong friend of the
Nepos_23.11   shore. 5 When the other Pergamene ships began to press their
NicDam_130.44   ealth, returned to his home at Pergamon. [45] The inhabita
Obseq_65a   Ptolemais ; and that at Pergamum the sound of drums was
OGIS_111   (152-145)   ldren], by Herodes of Pergamon, the son of Demop
OGIS_264   (117-138AD)   ained control of the Pergamenes [and] relocated the
OGIS_273   (c. 238-227)   wing inscriptions, found in Pergamon, also refer to
OGIS_310   (c. 200-150)   letairos of Pergamon, the son of Attalos,
OGIS_311   (c. 200-150)   hiletairos of Pergamon, the son of Attalos, dedic
OGIS_332   (138-133)   on which he entered Pergamon, is to be sacred for a
OGIS_335   (150-133)   generals: since the Pergamenes, who are our kin
OGIS_449.449   The people { of Pergamon honoured Publius Servilius Isauricus,
OGIS_456.A   (c. 20) to him by Asia in Pergamon and . . . and
Oros_5.10   was later taken ill at Pergamum and died. Aristonicus, by order
Oros_6.2   the king, drove him from Pergamum, and following him in his
Philip_16.52   Smyrna and the oak of Pergamon, by Delphi, Corinth, Eli
Plin:HN_5.126   this district is called the Pergamene, and it is the centre
Plin:HN_7.13   [13] Crates of Pergamum states that there was a
Plin:HN_7.28   but die middle-aged. Crates of Pergamum tells of Indians who exceed
Plin:HN_7.31   Clitarchus. [31] Crates of Pergamum says that the Trogodytae
Plin:HN_35.10   kings of Alexandria and of Pergamum, between whom there had been
Plin:HN_35.60   latter to be seen at Pergamum at the present day. There
Plin:HN_35.160   by Saguntum in Spain and Pergamum in Asia Minor. [161] Also
Plin:HN_36.24   His 'Persons Grappling' at Pergamum is highly praised, being
Plin:HN_36.184   exponent was Sosus, who at Pergamum laid the floor of what
Plinius:Ep_10.17a   ttacks of fever, and halted at Pergamum. Then again, when
Plut:Mor_184   being brought to Pergamon, Attalus his brother put on
POxy_1380   mothrace bull-faced ; at Pergamon mistress ; in Pontus imm
RC_49   (182)   honour, and Kalas of Pergamon, a man by us consid
RC_50   (182)   nd Kalas] of Pergamon, men by us [considered exc
RC_53   (197-160)   stomachos of Pergamon our agent and by represent
RC_67   (135)   council and the people of Pergamon, greetings. S
SEG_31.575   (170)   since Asklepiades of Pergamon the son of Theophilos,
Syll_1079.B   (c. 150-90) comedies : Diomedes of Pergamon, son of Athenodoros
Syll_629   (182)   rs and the people of [Pergamon], regarding piety to
Syll_630   (182)   thene Nikephoros near Pergamon as inviolable for al
Syll_655   (190/89)   nce] . . . (?) Menandros of Pergamon . . . [who is
Syll_682   (140/39)   ades, painters [from Pergamon], who were sent by [k
THI_67   (c. 208)   stion Athenodoros of Pergamon, the son of (?) Ale
THI_93   (c. 276) and the houses of Pergamon, honouring them with the
THI_116   (184)   nes and the people of Pergamon] consecrated a grove
THI_120   (200-159)   . . . citizenship . . . of Pergamenes . . . [they s
THI_175.A   thank-offerings in the city of Pergamon and wrote to the people
THI_175.C   . . he travelled to Pergamon and made . . .
THI_61.D   (173-169)     Apollonios of Pergamon, the son of Metrodoro
ValMax_1.6.12   in the inmost recesses of Pergamum: in the temple of Victory
ValMax_5.3.2   voluntary exile, as far as Pergamum, and there spent the remainder
Vit:Nicand_1   ttalus, the last king of Pergamon [139-133 B.C.], who was

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