Berytus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Phoenicia; the modern Beirut
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Tryphon sacks Berytus.
Ar.] Colonies were founded at Berytus and Patrae. [2002
temples, and agoras at Berytus and Tyre, with theatres
(187-175) n and ship-masters of Laodikeia-in-Phoenicia, on ac
are to send Nikiadas safely to Berytos. Write to tell me
napproachable, Isis ; at Berytus Maia ; at Sidon Astarte
(128/7) paidotribēs Nikon of Berytos, the son of Alexis
(133/2) ʿal-shamar, in the district of Laodicaea, vowed : - even th
(173-169) : Dionysios of Laodikeia in Phoenicia, the s
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