Antipatris   - in ancient sources @

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  Antipatris   - a town near Joppa, previously called Anthedon; refounded by Herodes
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Hieron:Chron_2006 Anthedon and called it Antipatris in honour of his fathe
Joseph:AJ_13.390 aba, which is now called Antipatris, to the sea of Joppa,
Joseph:AJ_14.75 Azotus, and Jamneia, and Arethusa, to their own inhabitant
Joseph:BJ_01.99 a deep trench between Antipatris, which was near the
Joseph:BJ_01.156 Azotus, and Jamneia, and Arethusa; and in like manner deal
Joseph:BJ_1.417 ees in abundance, and named it Antipatris. He also built

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