Amphissa - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town of Locris in central Greece
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+ Amphissans , Amphissians
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Xenophanes of Amphissa.
615, decrees of Delphi rewarding help in a dispute with Amphissa.
B.C.] - Xenophanes of Amphissa in Aetolia, stadion race
(early 2nd cent.) ykleitos and Theutimos of Amphissa. [K] &Original
(263-236) nsor: Xenophanes of Amphissa H
(200-150) s. The decree of Amphissa in his honour was forward
their deputies to the Amphissians who were building up
(c. 220) Kyphaira, Ageas [of Amphissa, Timokrates] of (?)
(203/2) lians: Aristarchos of Amphissa, Philleas of [Naupak
(190) skos Damainetos of Amphissa Drakontios of Kallip
(c. 180/79) disputed between the Amphissians [and the] city,
(c. 185-175) Oaxos but dwells [in Amphissa], at Delphi and Ther
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