Prusa - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Bithynia by Mt. Olympus, formerly called Cius
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Hannibal founds the city of Prusa in Bithynia.
led by Triarius captures Apameia, Prusa, Prusias-Cierus, and Nicaea.
Asclepiades of Prusa dies in old age after a distinguished career as
who founded the city of Prusias by Mount Olympus, the afo
198th [13 A.D.] - Diophanes of Prusa [by Mt. Olympus], sta
lso captured the city of Prusa, which lies at the foot of
the heavily fortified city of Prusa, situated at the foot of
jan. The people of Prusa, Sir, have a public bath which
cripple the finances of Prusa, we can indulge their wishe
uces a decree of the people of Prusa. In addition to these
allowed to be erected at Prusa, & I was pleased with a
construction of the baths at Prusa. But you did not make
Trajan. When, Sir, I was at Prusa, near Mt. Olympus,
debts of the people of Prusa, and the more I look into
ccounts of the people of Prusa, which I am examining with
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