Amisus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Amisus   - a city on the coast of Pontus
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87/16 ans, forced into exile by the tyranny of Aristion, escape to Amisus.
72/29 Mithridates retreats to Amisus and Sinope, and appeals to his son Mac
71/3 Lucullus besieges Amisus and Themiscyra.
70/9 Lucullus captures Amisus after prolonged resistance led by Callimachu
66/14a The grammarian Tyrannion of Amisus is brought to Rome by Lucullus.
64/9 creates a city called Pompeiopolis in place of Amisus and Eupatoria.
47/18 Pharnaces captures Amisus and wins over the rest of Pontus.
    Within translations:
Memn_16   leians, who sent corn to Amisus so that they could feed
Memn_30   there he went to Amisus, and tried to persuade the inhab
NicDam_134   colaus sailed from Amisus to Byzantium, and from there to
OGIS_372   (102/1) This statue Dorylaos of Amisos, the son of Philetairos, the
Oros_6.2   to reach Sinope and later, Amisus.
Plin:HN_6.7   Carusa, the free town of Amisus 130 miles from Sinope, and
Plin:HN_6.9   and on the coast after Amisus the town of Chadisia with
Plin:HN_6.11   Melanthius, and 80 miles from Amisus the town of Pharnacea, the
Plin:HN_6.216   Cyzicus, Lampsacus, Sinope, Amisus, Heraclea in Pontus,
Plin:HN_37.115   sombre and without lustre. From Amisos comes a kind similar to
Plinius:Ep_10.92   and allied city & of Amisus, thanks to your favour,
Plinius:Ep_10.93   granted to the people of Amisus, whose memorial you enclos
Plinius:Ep_10.110   tor, Sir, of the city of Amisus has claimed in court befor
Polyaen_7.21.1   them, he need to go to Amisus to have the bullion turned
Syll_721   (end of 2nd cent.) and he sent Myrinos of Amisos, the son of Dionysios, an
THI_164   (c. 100) since . . . of Amisos, the son of Philokrates, [who


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