Aenus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Aenus   - a town in Thrace
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185/13 and Sparta, and exiles from Aenus and Maronea, the senate decides
67/35 M.Cato mourns the death of his brother Caepio, at Aenus.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_5.6   kin, and here is the evidence. Aenus is a city in Thrace.
Athen_8.351   nother time he said- "In Aenus there are eight months of
Callim:Epigr_62   ). Menecrates of Aenus - for thou, it seems, wert not
PHaun_6   he captures (?) both Aenus and many επ
Polyaen_2.22.1   the Athenian fleet at Aenus was waiting in strength clo
SEG_35.823   (c. 167) Maroneia [and the] people of Ainos - those who were judged


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