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  Apameia   - a city in Syria, on the river Orontes, founded by Seleucus I
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  + Apamean , Apameans , Apameni , Apamenians , Pella
300/16 other two cities of the Syrian tetrapolis, Apameia and Laodiceia.
281/28 phorium, Nicopolis, Nisibis, Pella, Rhagae, and Seleuceia-on-Calycadn
281/33 Seleucus maintains a herd of elephants near Apameia.
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.
144/9 Fighting breaks out between the inhabitants of Apameia and Larisa.
138/27 Tryphon escapes from Dora, but is killed at Apameia.
134/9 The birth of Poseidonius of Apameia.
95/2 Antiochus Cyzicenus fortifies the citadel at Apameia.
    Within translations:
Athen_04.176 eaking of the war of the Apameans against the Larisseans,
Athen_05.211 ning whom Poseidonius of Apameia gives a very particular
Athen_06.246 And Poseidonius of Apameia, in the twenty-third book of
Athen_06.252 And Poseidonius of Apameia, who was afterwards surnamed
Athen_08.333 _29 ]:- "When Tryphon of Apameia, who seized upon the king
Athen_10.439 nking; as Poseidonius of Apameia relates in the sixteenth
ChronPasc_421 is the inhabitants of Apameia, count their Paschal era
Cic:Fam_12.12 would have kept the gates of Apameia shut until I had
Diod_34.2 ian, born in the city of Apameia, who was a slave of Antig
Hieron:Chron_1715 Antioch, Laodiceia, Seleuceia, Apameia, Edessa, Beroea and
Joseph:AJ_13.131 Alexander's forces, an Apamean by birth, whose name was
Joseph:AJ_13.224 ryphon fled from Dora to Apameia, where he was taken durin
Joseph:AJ_14.38 the citadel that was at Apameia, which Antiochus Cyzicenu
Joseph:AJ_14.268 arose a great war about Apameia, while Caesar's generals
Joseph:AJ_14.271 that lay in the] camp at Apameia; [272] and having raised
Joseph:BJ_* 01.216-219 * among the Romans about Apameia, and a civil war occasion
Joseph:BJ_01.362 Euphrates, she came by Apameia and Damascus into Judaea
Just_39.1 ble), and afterwards the Apamenians and other people, foll
Lucian:Macr_20 ty-eight; Poseidonius of Apameia in Syria, naturalised in
Malal_203 hanged the name of the city to Apameia. He also called it
Porph:Fr_47 he withdrew to Apameia and Susa and reached the furthest
Poseidon_2 Preparations for war between Apameia and Larissa. [3]
RC_70 (late 2nd cent.)   s, . . . of the Apamean satrapy - with all its prop
SelPap_1.112 the first cohort of the Apameni to Julianus, vice-sec

  Apameia 2   - a city in Phrygia, on the river Maeander, founded by Antiochus I
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261/13 The foundation of Apameia (formerly called Celaenae).
188/5 The treaty of Apameia between the Romans and Antiochus.
181/7 war against Eumenes, because of the terms of the treaty of Apameia.
85/14 earthquake at Apameia in Phrygia.
    Within translations:
Athen_08.332 "In the country around Apameia, in Phrygia, at the time
THI_61.C (early 2nd century)   Timotheos of Apameia-on-the-Maiandros, the s

  Apameia 3   - a city in Sittacene, on the river Tigris, founded by Antiochus I
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261/16 including Achais-Heracleia, Apameia in Sittacene, Artacabene, Laodic

  Apameia 4   - a city in Bithynia, founded by Prusias I
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  + Myrleia
72/24 rce led by Triarius captures Apameia, Prusa, Prusias-Cierus, and Nica
63/81 comments on the career of the textual critic Asclepiades of Myrleia.
    Within translations:
Athen_02.50 5.] Asclepiades of Myrleia speaks of a tree which he calls
Memn_28 and started to besiege Apameia; the citizens of Apameia
Vit:Arat_1 im. Asclepiades of Myrleia in the eleventh book of his "Ab


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