Abydus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Abydus   - a town of the Troad, on the eastern coast of the Hellespont
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  + Abydenes
200/15 Philippus captures Abydus.
    Within translations:
Arrian:Fr_11 pay them when he reached Abydus, or let them have, if not
Athen_05.209 it. & Which between Sestus and Abydus foams. & A deftly
Athen_13.572 pi;όρ&η) at Abydus, as Pamphylus asserts:-
Athen_13.574 love with Medontis of Abydus, from the mere report of
Athen_13.586 mic Poets, that she was called Abydus, because she was an
FGrH_252.B after bridging it near Abydus; and Themistocles defeated
THI_10 (62 A.D.)   p; Lampsacus,   [Abydus,   Dardanus,
Just_2.13 the sea, he had made at Abydus; so that, his retreat bein
Polyaen_01.37.1 Cleon betrayed Sestus to the Abydenes without risking
Polyaen_02.24.1 with a large fleet at Abydus, he found that the Athenia
Polyaen_03.9.44 ile Iphicrates was at war with Abydus, he halted at Cherro
Polyaen_07.15.3 Xerxes lay at anchor at Abydus, waiting to intercept the
SEG_53.1373 (late 3rd century)   on of Menestratos Lysias of Abydos, the son of . .
Syll_341 (303/2)   achos: since Nikon of Abydos has at all times conti
Syll_424 (256/5 or 254/3)   , comedy: Dromares of Abydos, the son of Teisamen

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