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  Antioch   - a city in Syria; the capital of the Seleucid kingdom
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300/2 Seleucus holds a festival at "Iopolis", near Antioch.
300/3 The foundation of Antioch.
269/2 The completion of the construction of Antioch.
246/34b ves the images of some gods from Cyprus, and places them in Antioch.
246/39 Berenice and her son are murdered at Antioch.
242/3 army is defeated by the Egyptians, and forced to retreat to Antioch.
227/4 atonice leads a rebellion at Antioch, but is captured and killed
226/9 Seleucus founds a new quarter at Antioch.
226/9b ucus brings a statue of Isis from Egypt, and displays it in Antioch.
204/19a Syria, and after he dies is buried either in Apameia or in Antioch.
204/20 Syria, and after he dies is buried either in Apameia or in Antioch.
187/3b Antiochus builds a new quarter in the city of Antioch.
164/10 plague at Antioch is stopped, by following the advice of a priest
164/12 ochus IV pays for temples at Antioch and Athens, and many other build
148/2 earthquake at Antioch.
145/11 Ptolemy VI enters Antioch.
145/30 Cretan and Jewish mercenaries massacre the inhabitants of Antioch.
144/10 Tryphon captures Antioch.
116/5 The parasite Hierax of Antioch is put to death by Ptolemy.
112/10 feats Cyzicenus and captures Antioch, where Cleopatra the wife of Cyz
83/34 Manilius all arrive on the same ship, as slaves from (?) Antioch.
70/20 his guides, but leaves them behind and makes his own way to Antioch.
67/28 being captured and released by pirates, Clodius proceeds to Antioch.
66/4a Q.Marcius Rex visits Antioch, where he negotiates with Philippus and
66/37 M.Cato visits Antioch and other places in the eastern provinces.
64/24 Pompeius is received with enthusiasm at Antioch and Seleuceia.
51/53 rthians as they retreat from Antioch, and kills Osaces, one of their
50/19 stays within the walls of Antioch, until the Parthians have comple
50/55a the statues of Zeus and Athene from Antioch and sends them to Rome.
49/66 The starting point of the Era of Antioch.
    Within translations:
Athen_02.45 mixed the fountain at Antioch with wine; a thing which
Athen_06.252 ], says that Hierax of Antioch, who used formerly to acc
Athen_10.439 ing some public games at Antioch, he invited all the Greek
ChronPasc_440 ntiochus Eupator came to Antioch, he found Philippus actin
ChronPasc_448 tants of Seleuceia, near Antioch in Syria, count their era
ChronPasc_457 rst indiction. In Antioch the Great the freedom of the
ChronPasc_460 first year of the era of Antioch the Great and the first
ChronPasc_472 time a cetain senator of Antioch who had returned to Rome
Diod_33.3 rit, gave up the government of Antioch to Hierax and Diodo
Diod_34.17 ntiochus became known at Antioch, the whole city mourned,
Diod_40.1a Some of the citizens of Antioch, feeling contempt for Ant
Diod_40.1b aware of the plot, and fled to Antioch. [2] &   While
Euseb]:Chron_255 battle near the city of Antioch against Ptolemy, who
Euseb]:Chron_259 nus brought an army from Antioch, but was defeated in a
Euseb]:Chron_261 from the inhabitants of Antioch, ignored Antiochus and
Festus:Brev.16 ans. Returning to Antioch, he, delighted by the lovelines
Festus:Brev.24 at Immae, not far from Antioch, and led her captive befo
GranLic_6 being carried back to Antioch, the animals suddenly too
Hieron:Chron_1699 Seleucus restored and called Antioch. 115.4 * . [1700]
Hieron:Chron_1715 founded the cities of Antioch, Laodiceia, Seleuceia,
Hieron:Chron_1949 949] [1944 in Ar.] Antioch in Syria was captured by the
Hieron:Chron_1969 Ar.] The inhabitants of Antioch reckon their years from
Joseph:AJ_* 12.119-123 * the metropolis itself, Antioch; and gave them privileges
Joseph:AJ_12.247 deal of money, he returned to Antioch. [248] Now it came
Joseph:AJ_12.315 ith him, and returned to Antioch, where he listed foreigne
Joseph:AJ_12.367 marched hastily out of Antioch, with Lysias, who had the
Joseph:AJ_12.383 had so done, he returned to Antioch. He also carried
Joseph:AJ_12.394 haste, and went out of Antioch with his army; and when
Joseph:AJ_12.397 in obedience and returned to Antioch to king Demetrius.
Joseph:AJ_12.401 nce; [401] so he came to Antioch, and irritated him agains
Joseph:AJ_12.421 [421] who marched out of Antioch, and came into Judaea,
Joseph:AJ_13.33 returned to the king at Antioch; and after this his depar
Joseph:AJ_13.36 built himself, not far from Antioch and admitted nobody
Joseph:AJ_13.42 left them, and fled to Antioch, excepting those that wer
Joseph:AJ_13.87 Phoenicia, and came to Antioch, that he might put matter
Joseph:AJ_13.108 terms with the people of Antioch, for they had suffered
Joseph:AJ_* 13.111-116 * persuade the people of Antioch to receive Demetrius, bec
Joseph:AJ_13.123 took his army, and came from Antioch, against Jonathan.
Joseph:AJ_* 13.135-141 * Now the people of Antioch hated Demetrius, both on accoun
Joseph:AJ_13.144 oth his elephants and the city Antioch. [145] Demetrius,
Joseph:AJ_13.188 and treachery, came from Antioch to Bethsan, which by the
Joseph:AJ_13.209 burial, he returned himself to Antioch. [210] However, Sim
Joseph:AJ_13.385 aptives of the people of Antioch, they restored them to
Joseph:AJ_13.386 fight was over, came to Antioch, and took it, and reigned
Joseph:AJ_14.125 head; and thus did he die at Antioch. [126] But Ptolemae
Joseph:AJ_14.323 rite to the Sidonians, and the Antiochians, and the Aradia
Joseph:AJ_14.440 when he came to Antioch, and met there a great number
Joseph:AJ_14.451 was come to Daphne by Antioch, they told him of the ill
Joseph:AJ_20.246 Antonius had him brought to Antioch, and slain there.
Joseph:BJ_01.185 beheaded by Scipio at Antioch, and that by the command
Joseph:BJ_01.243 the Jews to Daphne by Antioch to Antonius, who was alre
Joseph:BJ_01.328 erodes was at Daphne, by Antioch, he had some dreams which
Joseph:BJ_1.425 open place belonging to Antioch in Syria, did not he pave
Just_15.4 for he called the city Antioch from the name of his fath
Just_27.2 fled in trepidation to Antioch, not much better attended
Just_35.1 mpact with the people of Antioch, at that time enraged aga
Just_35.2 er. The people of Antioch, too, to atone for their injuri
Just_* 39.1-3 * Syria; for the people of Antioch, in the first place, unde
Malal_* 200-207 * and he called the city Antioch, after the name of his
Malal_211 possessions; he captured Antioch the great and the rest
Malal_213 the Macedonians ruled Antioch the great, together with
Malal_216 reached in the city of Antioch on the 12th day of the
Malal_217 first year of the era of Antioch the great is counted from
Malal_* 222-225 * eached Syria and entered Antioch the great, in order to
OGIS_247 (187-175)   tue of Heliodoros of Antioch, the son of Aischylos,
OGIS_256 (129-117)   tue of Krateros of Antioch, the son of Krateros,
Plut:Demetr_32 carried her with great pomp to Antioch. Demetrius seized
Polyaen_08.61.1 her rank, and conducted her to Antioch. [62] Epicharis.
Porph:Fr_43 Gennaeus, the leaders of Antioch, and she set up her elder
Porph:Fr_57 Lysias, the governor of Antioch and Phoenicia, as command
Poseidon_4 then_6.252'e & Hierax of Antioch, a parasite of Ptolemy
PsCallisth_1.31 The greatest city in Syria is Antioch. This is eight stad
PsCallisth_2.11 by thousands and send them to Antioch in Syria. And if
SelPap_2.228 ive cities from the Thebaid to Antioch. Take over from
Syll_474 (184/3)   s who have arrived in Antioch, and when he came to


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