Ascalon - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Ashkelon) - a city on the coast of Palestine, north of Gaza
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+ Ascalonians , Ascalonites
The start of the era of Ascalon.
the fighting, and studies philosophy with Antiochus of Ascalon.
and Atticus are taught philosophy at Athens by Antiochus of Ascalon.
commodious harbours at Ascalon, Joppa, and Gaza, as well
[Ol. 169.1] The inhabitants of Ascalon count their era fro
pointed a certain Antipater of Ascalon to govern Palestine
was the son of Antipater of Ascalon and Cypris of Arabi
86.2] Antipater of Ascalon, the son of a certain Herodes
ns; his family came from Ascalon, and he had no right to
high priest, and Antipater of Ascalon to govern Palestine
tipater, the son of Herodes of Ascalon, to be governor of
the son of Antipater of Ascalon and Cypris of Arabia, was
And when he was at Ascalon, and demanded the taxes of the
example in the men of Ascalon that were slain, they ope
from Azotus, and came to Ascalon; and when he had pitched
was come from thence to Ascalon, the inhabitants of Ascal
and Palestine, as far as Ascalon, and fortified the strong
abians, and Gazites, and Ascalonites, that were of his own
his son Philippion to Ascalon to Aristobulus's wife,
but obliged to stay at Ascalon, Antipater came to him,
rs, was called by him to Ascalon, and that he had got read
at Sidon, and Tyre, and Ascalon, and in the temple, engra
Philippion for them to Ascalon,  who took Antigonus
was forced to stay at Ascalon, he persuaded the Arabian
easide; and for those of Ascalon he built baths and costly
ormed by the king of the Ascalonians, sailing away to the
placed on the boat: 3 Ascalon jars of wine, 1 ja
ianus, and Ptolemy of Ascalon wrote commentaries, along
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