Side - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Pamphylia, south-west Anatolia
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odians defeat a Syrian fleet led by Hannibal and Apollonius at Side.
m_2.15, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Caelius, written at Side.
elis, and to Cos, and to Side, and to Aradus and Gortyna
but that the people of Side were the worst in the whole
163.1] Demetrius Sidetes, the king of Syria, attacked
109 A.D.] - Callistus of Side, stadion race The horse race
[113 A.D.] - Eustolus of Side, stadion race 224th [117 A.D
rought up in the city of Side, from which he was given the
for 3 years Antiochus Sidetes - for 9 years Demetrius
ships, as emended by Mnemon of Sidē". Some claim
80] Then Antiochus Sidetes [became king of Syria], for 9
 Antiochus Sidetes, the king of Syria, invaded Jud
& Public feasts of Antiochus Sidetes. & & see also: Athe
the hard drinking of Antiochus Sidetes.  [64.K] & Athe
gypt, from Aurelia Maeciana of Side. I wish, my lord
(62 A.D.) us, Phaselis, Side "Coryphe"
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