Apollonia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Apollonia   - a city in Illyria, near the mouth of the river Aous
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313/24 the garrisons left by Cassander to abandon Apollonia and Epidamnus.
312/10 Cassander is defeated while attacking Apollonia.
275/21 considers building a causeway over the sea from Apollonia to Italy.
265/3 embassy from Apollonia is assaulted by some Roman youths, who are
214/19 The Romans relieve Apollonia; start of the First Macedonian War.
205/8 Philippus marches to Apollonia to face a Roman force led by Semproniu
48/3 Caesar captures Oricum and Apollonia.
45/62 Octavianus is sent to Apollonia, where he continues his studies.
44/44 Octavianus decides to return from Apollonia to Italy.
43/30 Brutus defeats and captures C.Antonius near Apollonia.
    Within translations:
DioCass_fr.49 an army against Epidamnus and Apollonia. But after the
Just_15.2 assander, returning from Apollonia, fell in with the Antar
NicDam_130.40 ome many of the foremost Apollonians came up with torches,
NicDam_130.45 The inhabitants of Apollonia came in multitudes and for
NicDam_130.56 urged him as they had at Apollonia to go to Caesar's colon
Polyaen_08.19.1 nsom two cities, Epidamnus and Apollonia. The father of
Syll_638 (soon after 178)   tion, with Lysanor of Apollonia the son of Phint

  Apollonia 3   - a town near Cnossus in Crete
 
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169/25 The army of Cydonia massacres the inhabitants of Apollonia.
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Syll_627 (183)   nians, Chersonasians, Apolloniatans, Elyrians, Hyrt

  Apollonia 4   - a city on the east coast of Thrace
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72/47 removes a colossal statue from Apollonia and takes it back to Rome.
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Festus:Brev.9 situated above Pontus: Apollonia, Calathum, Parthenopoli
Just_9.2 through the people of Apollonia, on the understanding

  Apollonia 5   - a town in the district between Mysia and Lydia, Asia Minor
 
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Hieron:Chron_2034 Tmolus, Temus, Cyme, Myrina, Apollonia Dia and Hyrcania.

  Apollonia 6   - a town in Palestine, near Joppa
 
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Joseph:AJ_13.395 ea-side, Strato's Tower, Apollonia, Joppa, Jamneia, Azotus
Joseph:BJ_01.166 maria, and Anthedon, and Apollonia, and Jamneia, and Raphi

  Apollonia 7   - an Egyptian ("Persian") woman, 1st century B.C.
92/1 SelPap_1.2, the marriage contract of Philiscus and Apollonia.

  Apollonia 8   - a festival in honour of Apollo
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THI_96 (250-240)   ndred drachmas at the Apollonia in the theatre, and
Syll_381 (300-281)   the theatre at the Apollonian games; and the Del
Syll_389 (282)   ruses. At the Apollonia: Pleistainetos son of Tel
Syll_617 (c. 193)   ath of laurel at the Apollonia; the sacred herald

  Apollonia 9   - a town in Aetolia
Syll_546 (214/3)   Spattos Dysopos of Apollonia Alexon of (?) Herma

  Apollonia 10   (Tripolis) - a city on the river Maeander, near Ephesus
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THI_61.D (173-169)     Perigenes of Apollonia, the son of Menestrat
RC_41 (c. 201)   neficial to you . . .] in Apollonia with the [. . .

  Apollonia 11   on the Rhyndacus - a city on the border of Bithynia, Asia Minor
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THI_10 (62 A.D.)   p; Dascyleium,   Apollonia by the mouth of the

  Apollonia   - in documents
SelPap_1.184 mantle 150; Ithaca 100 ; Apollonia in respect of the s
SelPap_1.36 Aurelia Eudaemonis also called Apollonia, matrona stol
SelPap_1.83 and Ampelion, I give to Apollonia and her sisters, b
SelPap_2.326 Sosipatra and Aurelia Apollonia also called Dieus

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