Syrian   - in ancient sources @

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  Syrian   Wars - a series of wars between the Macedonian kingdoms of Egypt and Syria
Wikipedia entry
253/9 General comments on the Second Syrian War.
253/10 The end of the Second Syrian War between Antiochus and Ptolemy II;
241/29 een Ptolemy III and Seleucus II: the end of the Third Syrian War.
217/35 eneral remarks on the Fourth Syrian War, and the devastation which
217/36 tween Antiochus and the Egyptians; the end of the Fourth Syrian War.
195/6 Syria and Egypt agree peace terms; the end of the Fifth Syrian War.
    Within translations:
Diod_33.4 surviving member of the Syrian royal family, believed him
Diod_34.2 upon. There was a Syrian, born in the city of Apameia,
Diod_34.8 _1'47). [8] & The Syrian slaves cut off the hands of thos
Festus:Brev.23 a conscripted force of Syrian peasants, had resisted sha

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