Raphia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Raphia   - a town on the border between Egypt and Palestine
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217/21 The Egyptian army defeats Antiochus at Raphia.
100/6 Alexander Jannaeus captures Raphia and Anthedon, and attacks Gaza.
    Within translations:
3Macc_1   out to the region near Raphia, where Antiochus's support
Joseph:AJ_13.357   parts of the country, Raphia and Anthedon, (the name
Joseph:AJ_13.395   Azotus, Gaza, Anthedon, Raphia, and Rhinocolura; [396]
Joseph:AJ_14.88   Scythopolis, Anthedon, Raphia, and Dora; Marissa also,
Joseph:BJ_1.87   maritime parts, and took Raphia and Gaza, with Anthedon
Joseph:BJ_1.166   llonia, and Jamneia, and Raphia, and Marissa, and Adoreus,
Plin:HN_5.68   of Rhinocolura and inland Rhaphaea, Gaza and inland Anthedon,
Porph:Fr_44   near the town of Raphia, which is on the borders of Egyp
POxy_1380   Sinope many-named ; at Raphia mistress ; at Tripolis sup
THI_259   (217)   chus at a city called Raphia, near the frontier of

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