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  Thrace   - a region to the north-east of Macedonia
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  + Thracian , Thracians
322/4b Lysimachus fights against Seuthes in Thrace.
292/15 defeated and captured by the Thracian king Dromichaetes, but they
281/21 Cambaules leads a band of Gauls in a raid into Thrace.
279/26 The Gauls occupy Thrace.
278/21 Nicomedes helps the Gauls to cross over from Thrace to Asia.
265/4b _438, a decree of Delphi in honour of Cotys, king of the Thracians.
258/12 Ptolemy "the Son" is killed by Thracian mercenaries.
243/4 Ptolemy gains possession of Thrace.
242/2a olemaeus "Andromachou" is killed in Ephesus by Thracian mercenaries.
240/30a Ptolemy appoints Hippomedon of Sparta to be governor of Thrace.
212/6 avarus, the king of the Thracian Gauls, offers assistance to Byzant
201/19 8, drafts of letters concerning taxes in Lesbos, Thrace, and Lycia
197/11 The Thracians sack Lysimacheia.
194/12 Antiochus protects Byzantium against the Thracians.
188/8 Manlius leaves Asia and is ambushed while returning through Thrace
185/4 go to Thessalonice to learn about Philippus's activities in Thrace
179/22 The Thracian king Abrupolis invades Macedonia.
179/23 The Thracians prevent the Bastarnae from migrating.
171/21 to his winter quarters in Macedonia; and Cotys returns to Thrace
168/21 The Thracian garrison is tricked into leaving Amphipolis.
167/29 from Cotys the king of the Thracians persuades the senate to relea
149/8 Andriscus crosses to Thrace, where he is welcomed by a chieftain
145/22 War between Attalus of Pergamon and Diegylus the Thracian.
133/10 of Sestus acts as envoy to Straton, the Attalid general in Thrace
131/8 The Thracians put their king Zibelmius to death.
130/10 The Thracians attack Sestus.
111/5 triumphs on the same day, from Sardinia and Thrace respectively
106/9 The triumph of Minucius, over the Scordisci and Thracians.
104/10 The Romans defeat a band of Thracians in Macedonia.
89/14 The Thracians, led by their king Sothinus, invade Macedonia, but
87/18 The Thracians invade Epirus and plunder the temple at Dodona.
86/25 The Thracians invade Macedonia again.
85/7 punitive expedition against the Dardani and other Thracian tribes
84/19 ed by fire during a raid by Thracians and Illyrians; L.Scipio respo
77/21 onia against raids from the Thracian tribes living near Mt.Rhodope.
74/13 Curio advances into Thrace, as far as the river Danube.
72/2 The triumph of C.Curio, over the Thracians.
71/33 The triumph of M.Lucullus, over the Thracians.
61/18 Macedonia, fights unsuccessfully against the Dardani and Thracians
43/103 Brutus attacks the Bessi, a Thracian tribe.
Inscriptions-   INSCRIPTIONS, Thrace
2Macc_12   alive, when one of the Thracian horsemen bore down upon
Aelian:NA_2.1   are about to leave their Thracian haunts and the frosts
Aelian:NA_2.42   am told that in Thrace they even join with men in the
Aelian:NA_3.13   have their birthplace in Thrace, which is the most wintry
Aelian:NA_3.21   how on Mount Pangaeus in Thrace a bear came upon a lion's
Aelian:NA_5.6   evidence. Aenus is a city in Thrace. Now it happened tha
Aelian:NA_5.42   rom the boughs. In Thrace too I have heard that honey is
Aelian:NA_6.24   eal. The people of Thrace use this animal as an indicator
Aelian:NA_7.24   kind. Now in the Thracian Bosphorus whenever the current
Aelian:NA_8.21   dria* and the river in Thrace whose name the neighbourin
Aelian:NA_13.20   lly on the right side of Thracian Athos and in the bays
Aelian:NA_14.26   river and the Strymon in Thrace to see if they are frozen,
Aelian:NA_15.9   eeing from the frosts of Thrace and of the west generally,
Aelian:NA_15.25   river Cossinitus* (it is in Thrace) become terribly sav
Aelian:NA_16.25   [10. 486] how the Thracian Rhesus and his companions with
Aelian:NA_17.36   amination of the food of Thracian lions Herodotus shows
AnthPal_3.4   the sons of Phineus the Thracian, who slew their father's
AnthPal_7.9   Calliope The tomb on the Thracian skirts of Olympus holds
AnthPal_7.10   rms with blood, and dyed their Thracian locks with black
AnthPal_7.306   was Abrotonŏn, a Thracian woman ; but I say that
AnthPal_7.540   shed at the hands of the Thracians, we do not lament our
AnthPal_9.57   your maidenhead, which Thracian Tereus took from you by
AnthPal_9.707   trymon, the fresh-water sea of Thrace. I am both a deep
AnthPal_9.786   vii. 39. The places are in the Thracian Chersonese. [790]
AntipSid_7.27   gisteus, or the locks of Thracian Smerdies, spouting sweet
AntipSid_7.303   of the ship, the truly Thracian & Boreas cast him into
AntipThes_6.335   help you, too, to subdue the Thracians. * & L. Calpurniu
AntipThes_7.625   the Euxine, but a part of the Thracian Sea. [7.629] & {
AntipThes_9.428   sends me to you, despoiler of Thrace. I sing your conques
AntipThes_16.75   is probably the Thracian King to whom Ovid's Epistle
AntipThes_16.176   out arms, who is the spouse of Thracian Ares and a Lacedae
Apollonid_9.281   the grey-grown legend of the Thracian stable & came bef
Archias_9.111   We should praise the Thracians because they mourn for
Archias_10.7   beaten rock to guard the Thracian strait, & by the sailor
Arrian:Fr_1   father, Philippus, by a Thracian woman named Philinna)
Athen_4.150   nophon also mentions the Thracian suppers in the seventh
Athen_4.151   the liquor went round, a Thracian came in, having a white
Athen_4.155   says, "that some of the Thracians at their drinking parti
Athen_5.194   fter them three thousand Thracians and five thousand Galat
Athen_5.213   ing large armies against Thrace and Macedonia, and every
Athen_6.248   him from Cotys, king of Thrace, Cleisophus, who was prese
Athen_6.252   Seuthes the king of the Thracians, who is mentioned by
Athen_6.272   them out to Sosias the Thracian to work in the silver
Athen_8.345   oxen around Mosynus, in Thrace, eat fish, which are given
Athen_11.502   so called from Chalcis in Thrace. They are celebrated.
Athen_12.524   tattoo the wives of the Thracians, (of those Thracians, that is,
Athen_12.531   was a strong place in Thrace, having a large grove kept
Athen_12.532   For instance, Iphicrates lived in Thrace, and Conon in Cyprus, and
Athen_12.534   themselves. And again, in Thrace he out-drank even the
Athen_12.536   king of that tribe of Thracians called Crobyzi, and tha
Athen_12.551   as there are men who go & To Thrace and then come back
Athen_13.557   when he subdued Thrace, there came to him Cothelas, the
Athen_13.576   & Abrotonum was but a Thracian woman, & But for the wea
Athen_13.577   son of a courtesan, a Thracian by birth, but, except
Athen_13.593-597 *   gainst Ptolemy by the Thracians at Ephesus, and when
Athen_13.601   Fierce rushing down from Thrace, with rapid fire, & Urged
Athen_14.629   ian, the Nibatismus, the Thracian, the Calabrismus, the
Athen_14.636   named after Magodis, who was a Thracian by birth. But Apol
Athen_14.637   her instrument which the Thracian kings use in their banqu
Athen_15.681   of this flower, as the Thracians for instance." But Philinus says
Cic:Rep_2.9   the Greeks to Asia, Thrace, Italy, Sicily, andAfrica, which,
CIL_1.692   the Bessi and the rest of the Thracians. CIL_1 .2662
Crinag_10.24   driven swiftly by the Thracian breeze, & you have gent
Demetr:Eloc_161   charnians 86) and of the Thracians another writer says `Me
Demetr:Eloc_263   hirty towns on the confines of Thrace' (Demosthenes, Phili
Diod_33.14   the throne as king of Thrace, he was so puffed up with
Diod_33.15   after he had taken many Thracian prisoners captive, and
Diod_34.12   nraged at what the Thracians had done to Diēgylis ,
Diod_37.5a   Cotys, the king of the Thracians, and asked him to summo
DioscEpigr_7.31   marrow of your bones for Thracian Smerdies, O you who ofte
Ennius:Ann_125   on either edge like those of Thracians ; - . . . and the
Euseb]:Chron_141   as well as Europe as far as Thrace. Everywhere he erect
Euseb]:Chron_225   gians - for 85 years The Thracians - for 79 years The Rhod
Euseb]:Chron_233   machus was king of Thrace and the Chersonese, and now over
Euseb]:Chron_239   the help of the Thracians he conquered Macedonia, but
Euseb]:Chron_247   ruling in Lydia opposite Thrace and Seleucus was ruling
Euseb]:Chron_253   forced by Attalus to flee to Thrace, where he died. Sele
Euseb]:Chron_271   llespont, and landing in Thrace, passed the winter season
FastTr__G   a town in Etrura Getae Thracian tribe, by the river Danu
FastTr_p106   Capruarius, proconsul, & from Thrace, id. Quint. (15th
FastTr_p107   sul, & [over the Scordisci and Thracians, [ ...]k.Sext.
FastTr_p110   .n. Crassus, proconsul, & from Thrace and the Getae, 4 non
Festus:Brev_3   ardanians, Moesians, and Thracians it warred; and it reach
Festus:Brev_9   was run across to Thrace on the occasion of the Macedonia
FGrH_155.1   and Syria; Lysimachus in Thrace; and Seleucus in Babylonia
Hieron:Chron_1683   ully against the Illyrians and Thracians, and destroyed
Hieron:Chron_1693   Lysimachus ruled over Lydia, Thrace and the Hellespont.
Hieron:Chron_1711   [1709 in Ar.] Lysimachia in Thrace was founded. 118.4
Hieron:Chron_1917   Ar.] The Romans defeated the Thracians. 170.2 . [1918]
Hieron:Chron_1933   own for the third time, by the Thracians. The Capitolium
Hieron:Chron_2002   indelici and the tribes around Thrace under Roman rule.
Joseph:AJ_13.383   he bare the name of a Thracian among the Jews whereupon
Julian:Caes_326   uering the Scythians and Thracians I did not employ the
Julian:Mis_348-350 *   the Arabs and Celts and Thracians and Paeonians, and thos
Julian:Mis_367   elf, though my family is Thracian, am a Greek in my habits
Just_7.2   petual contests with the Thracians and Illyrians, and, bei
Just_7.3   of his army, to subdue Thrace, and other kingdoms in tho
Just_8.3   and the silver ones in Thrace, 13 and, to leave no law
Just_11.1   another the Illyrians, Thracians, Dardanians, and other
Just_11.9   xcited the Illyrians and Thracians by describing the enemy
Just_13.4   hrygia fell to Leonatus; Thrace, and the coasts of the Pon
Just_16.1   with Doricetes, king of Thrace, and not wishing to have
Just_16.3   then made war on Thrace, and afterwards on Heraclea, a
Just_32.3   Asia, and partly into Thrace, and then returned, by
Just_38.4   through Illyricum and Thrace, having traversed those
LeonTar_7.663   by the wayside for his Thracian nurse, and inscribed it
Memn_9   nian, who ruled over Thynia in Thrace. In this war many
Memn_38   daybreak the Romans and Thracians attacked bravely, and
Nepos_1.1   For at that time the Thracians were in control of those
Nepos_1.2   who had sent him to Thrace; and as a result he
Nepos_5.2   routed a large force of Thracians at the river Strymon, and
Nepos_7.7-11 *   a Greek state to penetrate Thrace, thinking it more glorious to
Nepos_11.1   the contrary exchanged peltae, or Thracian shields, ** for the round
Nepos_11.2   He waged war with the Thracians; he restored Seuthes, an ally
Nepos_11.3   Mnestheus, the offspring of a Thracian woman, the daughter of King
Nepos_12.3   in Cyprus, Iphicrates in Thrace, Timotheus in Lesbos, and
Nicand:Al_130   son of the unchecked speech of Thracian Iambe. At other
Nicand:Ge_74   white-berried ivy from Thrace or else the white kind or
Nicand:Th_40   themselves from the river of Thrace which they call Pontus, where
Nicand:Th_450   lie far off in the Thracian Gulf, 460 where are Hebrus,
Obseq_43   was made. In Macedonia the Thracians were subdued.
OGIS_54   (c. 246)   d the Hellespont and Thrace, and of all the militar
OGIS_330   (145)   ons around the Chersonese and Thrace, in fulfilment
Oros_1.2.30   56 Thrace is bounded on the east
Oros_3.12   and the silver mines in Thrace. In order not to allow
Oros_3.16   both the Illyrians and the Thracians. 3 Then, just as he
Oros_3.23   Leonnatus received Lesser Phrygia; Thrace and the regions bordering
Oros_3.23.30   with Dorus, king of the Thracians, was not able to fight
Oros_4.20   battle and also the Thracians, Macedonians, and Illyrians, besides
Oros_4.20.30   Macedonians had as allies the Thracians and their king Cotys, and
Oros_5.1   were crueler still? Did not Thrace and its own Polymestor treat
Oros_5.18.30   by a large force of Thracian auxiliaries, invaded Greece and ravaged
Oros_5.24   and of Spartacus, a Thracian, the fugitives occupied Mount
Oros_6.21   Pannonians, Dalmatians, Moesians, Thracians and the Sarmatian
Oros_7.9   Lycia, Rhodes, Byzantium, Samos, Thrace, Cilicia, and Commagene were
Oros_7.33   army of Valens, they overran Thrace and swept the whole country
Oros_7.34   of the East and of Thrace as well. 3 In one
Ovid:Cons_101   tle at last, laments the Thracian Itys, even such the plai
Philip_9.56   on the frozen stream of Thracian Hebrus, did not escape
Philip_9.88   the wind that blows from Thrace is kind to me), & when
Philoch_44   very prosperous city in Thrace, which gave rise to a prov
Philoch_50   the Chalcidians of the Thracian sea-board were harassed
Philoch_120   Cleon to command an army in Thrace, he was condemned
Phld:Epigr_6.349   and you, Poseidon, and Thracian Zephyr, gentlest of wind
Phld:Sto_15   them and drove off the Thracians; but then more of them
Phlegon:Mir_9   coastal-dwellers, the Thracians of the Propontis and
Phylarch_20   es, the king of the Crobyzi, a Thracian tribe. [21] & Athe
Plin:HN_4.1   Thessaly, Magnesia, Macedonia and Thrace. All the legendary lore
Plin:HN_4.47   citadel of the kings of Thrace that is hated by swallows
Plin:HN_4.50   Europe. The mountains of Thrace, beside those already mentioned,
Plin:HN_4.51   wherever it touches Macedonia or Thrace and the Grecian Sea where
Plin:HN_4.73   38 from the coast of Thrace; its circuit measures 35 miles,
Plin:HN_4.78   mentioned in our account of Thrace.
Plin:HN_4.40-44 *   {11.}   [40] Next comes Thrace, one of the most powerful
Plin:HN_6.217   Maronea, Aenos, Bessica, Thrace, Maedica, Paeonia, Illyria,
Plin:HN_6.218   Tomi, the back parts of Thrace, the Triballi, the remainder of
Plin:HN_7.204   the Lydian modes, the Thracian Thamyras the Dorian, Marsyas
Plin:HN_33.129   bowl or convex like a Thracian shield, whether their centre is
Plin:HN_35.70   sesterces He also painted a Thracian Nurse with an Infant in
Plin:HN_36.99   too, close to the so-called Thracian Gate, there are seven towers
Plin:HN_37.130   are the stones of Galatia, Thrace and Cyprus. The defects of
Plin:HN_37.183   'mucul.' The 'Thracia,' or 'Thracian gem,' occurs in three
Plut:Demetr_39   emetrius marched towards Thrace with all possible speed,
Plut:Demetr_44   invaded Macedonia from Thrace; and Pyrrhus entering it
Plut:Demetr_52   michaetes, who, though a Thracian and barbarian, had treat
Plut:Eum_7   eived a side blow from a Thracian, which brought him to
Plut:Mor_174   YS. Poltys king of Thrace, in the Trojan war, being solici
Plut:Mor_183   rcome by Dromichaetas in Thrace and constrained by thirst,
Plut:Mor_190   berate the Greeks that were in Thrace. These sent an embas
Plut:Mor_207   emetalces, king of Thrace, forsook Antonius and went over
Plut:Mor_844   tus was soon banished to Thrace, and when Demosthenes arri
Plut:Phoc_28   to a city and lands in Thrace assigned them by Antipater
Polyaen_2.2.10   Clearchus was in Thrace, his army was seized by a ground
Polyaen_2.2.6-8 *   which he had captured in Thrace, he was unable to complete
Polyaen_2.30.3   tch the movements of the Thracians, while he himself advan
Polyaen_3.9.4   icrates was making a raid into Thrace. When his troops fle
Polyaen_3.9.41   rates. 41 & In the Thracian war, when the enemy were encam
Polyaen_3.9.46   uring an expedition into Thrace, he heard that the Thracia
Polyaen_3.9.50   During a raid into Thrace, Iphicrates encamped on an open
Polyaen_3.9.62   tured many of the Odrysians in Thrace. When he was being
Polyaen_3.13.2   & When he was in Thrace, and the weather was very severe
Polyaen_3.13.3   ares was retreating from Thrace, the Thracians pursued him
Polyaen_3.15.1   captured by the king of Thrace, he hid himself in a load
Polyaen_4.6.14   hoplites and a thousand Thracians, to guard his satrapy.&
Polyaen_4.12.2   rrived at the straits of Thrace, he not only stripped Andr
Polyaen_4.16.1   ieged Cypsela, a city in Thrace, he had in his army many
Polyaen_7.22.1   renii and Sycaeboae, two Thracian tribes, were chosen from
Polyaen_7.25.1   haetes was king of Thrace, and Lysimachus was king of Mace
Polyaen_7.33.3   hat he was on his way to Thrace, to deliver a secret messa
Polyaen_7.38.1   the Getae were enemies of the Thracians. They disembarked
Polyaen_7.39.1   hundred Macedonian and Thracian cavalrymen, along with
Polyaen_7.43.1   hem, and slew them. [43] & The Thracians. The Thracians
Polyaen_8.40.1   and some in another, a Thracian cavalry leader entered
Porph:Fr_41   feated the Illyrians and Thracians, conquered Greece and
Poseidon_104   ians (or Moesians) who live in Thrace. [105] [280.K] & Str
POxy_1380   Atargatis ; among the Thracians and in Delos many-named
PsCallisth_1.13   ough all Pella and Thrace and Macedonia the people celebra
PsCallisth_1.46   child, & The secret gift in Thrace of the foam-born.
PsCallisth_1.25-27 *   Thessalians & and of the Thracians & and Lacedemonians &
PsCallisth_3.31   tan, Stasanor, Heracleides the Thracian . . . from Europus
PsCallisth_3.33   of Macedonia, and over Thrace Lysimachus and his wife,
SEG_31.614   (c. 179/8) these from the campaigns in Thrace to Artemis Tauropolos.
SEG_64.1894   (222-204) The association of the Thracians from Trales, and the Masylians
SelPap_2.247   (Before 270)   and . . . laus son of Menon, Thracian of the Epig
Simonid_7.25   the youth, and his passion for Thracian Smerdiēs. Yet
Simonid_7.514   Theaerus he engaged the Thracian troop, and his warrior
StephByz_70   yniaca'. A city in Thrace near Macedonia, which Alexander
Syll_643   (171/0)   ng against] the Thracians, our [friends and allies,
Teles_23   ted by Ptolemy to govern Thrace, and Chremonides and Glauc
THI_24   (early 2nd cent.)   se name is Zopyra, a Thracian by race, [and] two h
ValMax_2.6.12     But the people of Thrace deservedly demand for themselves the
ValMax_2.6.14   the generous wisdom of Thrace, not forgetting the cunning
ValMax_3.2.12   was trapped by the Thracians, of which Aristonicus had
ValMax_3.7e.7   his nation. Thereby he equalled Thrace to Athens, lest by accounting
ValMax_9.2e.4   son of Diogyris king of Thrace, is less surprising, considering the
ValMax_9.13e.3   caused a barbarian tattooed with Thracian marks to go before him

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