Amphipolis - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Macedonia, on the river Strymon
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Olympic victor in the stadion race: Damasias of Amphipolis
Cassander imprisons Roxane and her son Alexander at Amphipolis.
Lysimachus captures Amphipolis.
cr_80, decrees of Pella and Amphipolis concerning the sanctuary
The Thracian garrison is tricked into leaving Amphipolis.
Perseus arrives at Amphipolis.
Paullus holds his victory games at Amphipolis.
Potidaea, and another to Amphipolis, and another against
the son of Epilycus of Amphipolis, who was a youth of
doors of Eëtion of Amphipolis - a small statue by
a tablet found at Ienikieui (Amphipolis). Pamphilus
[320 B.C.] - Damasias of Amphipolis, stadion race 116th
[320 B.C.] Damasias of Amphipolis won the stadion race,
(263-236) sp; Perses of Amphipolis the son of Perses &
(242) [B] [Decree] of the Amphipolitans. In the fo
(311-306) ; : 600 Stephanos of Amphipolis, son of Menandros &
his mother, to the citadel of Amphipolis, to be kept unde
rom their confinement at Amphipolis." On hearing this new
Taxiles had not captured Amphipolis, after which the rest
orations of Zoilus of Amphipolis, and by the assistance
Polyaen_* 01.38.1-3 *
& Brasidas. When Amphipolis, which was under Athenian
was encamped at Amphipolis, Timotheus was informed in
ter Lysimachus had taken Amphipolis by the treachery of
He attacked (?) Amphipolis, which was unprepared to res
Nine-Ways, and he called it Amphipolis. [see also: Thuc
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