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  Caria   - a region in south-west Asia Minor; on the Aegean coast of modern Turkey
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  + Carian , Carians
323/17 phin falls in love with a boy called Dionysius, near Iasus in Caria.
322/5a Syll_311, an decree of the Coarendians in Caria.
318/36 Inscr_77, a decree of the city of Coaranza in Caria.
313/1 henian decree, in honour of Asander, the Macedonian satrap of Caria.
313/4 ins control of the cities of Caria, and liberates Miletus from Asande
313/3a 47.1563, a treaty of sympoliteia between Latmus and Pidasa in Caria.
309/9 Ptolemy attacks Lycia and Caria.
295/14d _155, a decree of Sinuri in Caria, dated to the reign of Pleistarchu
268/7a decree of Stratoniceia in Caria, dated to the reign of Antiochus
239/19b eleucus II to Olympichus, about the sanctuary at Labraunda in Caria.
228/14 alus defeats Antiochus Hierax again, by the river Harpasus in Caria.
227/11 Antigonus Doson campaigns in Caria.
214/23a Rhodes concerning a dispute between Olympichus and Iasus in Caria.
198/17a 2.B, a decree of Panamara in Caria, honouring an officer of Philippus
196/14d CGRN_193, recording the sale of priesthoods at Hyllarima in Caria.
195/15 Austin_156, a letter from Laodice to the city of Iasus in Caria.
193/8 letter from the governor of Caria with an edict of Antiochus concern
167/5 clared war on them; but they are forced to evacuate Caria and Lycia.
165/6c EG_57.1109, a letter from Eumenes II to the city of Tabae in Caria.
133/12b Attalus III concerning Hieracome in Lydia and Hieracome in Caria.
    Within translations:
1Macc_15   and to Sicyon, and to Caria, and to Samos, and to Pamph
Aelian:NA_5.13   that on Latmus in Caria there are scorpions which inflict
Aelian:NA_12.30   the name of ' Zeus of Caria ' and ' God of War,' for
Aelian:NA_13.2   & This is how the people of Caria catch Sargues. When
Aelian:NA_17.43   [43] & The leopard of Caria and Lycia is not fierce-tem
Arrian:Fr_1   Phrygia to Antigonus ; Caria to Cassander; Lydia to Mena
Arrian:Fr_9   to Antigonus as before; Caria to Asander; Lydia to Clitus
Athen_4.174   ment is used also by the Carians in their wailings, unless
Athen_6.256   in the time of Glus the Carian, women attaching themselve
Athen_6.271   in his treatise on the Carians and Leleges, having made
Athen_10.420   ods I swear, that not in Caria, & Nor in fair Rhodes, nor
Athen_11.472   that the son of the Carian king has arrived?  {A} Sure
Athen_13.580   wretch, & To use your Carian weights in Attica?" & Stra
Athen_15.672   about that time the Carians, being overwhelmed with superstitious
Athen_15.673   osier, ancient garland of the Carians, -
ChronPasc_432   were buried alive. Caria and Rhodes were shaken by an eart
Cic:Tusc_1.92   on Latmus, a mountain of Caria, and for such a length
Cic:Tusc_3.75   wife of Mausolus king of Caria, who made that noble sepulchre
Demetr:Eloc_63   flocked both Greeks and Carians and Lycians and Pamphylia
Euseb]:Chron_225   ilesians - for [..] years [The Carians - for .. years] The
Euseb]:Chron_253   B.C.], after a battle in Caria he was forced by Attalus
Festus:Brev_10   ancient seat of kings, Caria, Hellespontus, and Phrygia
Hieron:Chron_1793   793] [1792 in Ar.] Caria and Rhodes were struck by an eart
Julian:Caes_320   oned them no better than Carians, for he led also those
Just_13.4   ycia and Pamphylia; Cassander, Caria; and Menander, Lydia.
Just_13.6   14 Paphlagonia, Caria, Lycia, and Phrygia were assigned
Nepos_1.2   the Chersonese. 5 To the Carians, who at that time dwelt
Nepos_14.1   Datames, son of Camisares, a Carian by nationality, born of a
Nepos_17.3   before, thought that it was Caria that he ought to defend.
OGIS_4   (317)   n] from the satraps {(?) of Caria and Lydia}. He
OGIS_54   (c. 246)   Cyprus and Lycia and Caria and the Cyclades, set ou
OGIS_273   (c. 238-227)   battle by the Harpasos in] Caria [against Antiochos
Oros_3.23   Lycia and Pamphylia; Cassander, Caria; and Menander, Lydia. 10
Oros_4.13   earthquakes shook the islands of Caria and Rhodes that even the
Phld:Phil_45   Syria, having turned aside to Caria, he decided to go off
Plin:HN_5.103   sea on both sides. In Caria are Cape Pedalium and the
Plin:HN_5.105   describe the back parts of Caria and the jurisdictions of the
Plin:HN_5.107-110 *   Etene; then there are the Carian towns of Pitaium, Eutane and
Plin:HN_5.113   and finally the country of Caria, its tranquil waters irrigating all
Plin:HN_5.119   it gives its name and Caria, and the Hyllus and the
Plin:HN_5.133   Arconnesus. Off the coast of Caria are the Argiae, a group
Plin:HN_6.20   were first occupied by the Carians, then by the Clazomenians and
Plin:HN_6.215   Mount Tmolus, Lydia, Caria, Ionia, Tralles, Colophon,
Plin:HN_7.200   greaves and helmet-plumes by the Carians. [201] The bow and arrow
Plin:HN_7.203   invented by Car, from whom Caria got its name; Orpheus added
Plin:HN_8.179   on the back. Also the Carian breed in a district of
Plin:HN_8.229   scorpions on Mount Latmos in Caria do not wound strangers but
Plin:HN_35.93   is his Menander, king of Caria, at Rhodes, likewise his Antaeus,
Plin:HN_36.30   husband Mausolus, the ruler of Caria, who died in the second
Plin:HN_36.47   possibly have been invented in Caria. The earliest instance, so far
Plin:HN_37.92   is said, at Orthosia in Caria, but treated at Alabanda. Furthermore,
Plin:HN_37.103   around Orthosia and throughout Caria and the neighbouring regions,
Plut:Arat_12   upon the master to land him in Caria. But he had equal dan
Plut:Demetr_46   to Asia, in hopes of drawing Caria and Lydia over from
Plut:Eum_13   treasure at Cyinda, in Caria, for the re-establishment
Plut:Mor_180   ? & When Ada queen of Caria was ambitious often to send
Plut:Mor_191   friends with Idrieus of Caria, and wrote to him thus: If
Polyaen_2.1.9   dia, in reality his target was Caria. Tisaphernes, informe
Polyaen_4.7.4   iled on an expedition to Caria, he left Diodorus captain
Polyaen_5.17.1   persuade Hierocles of Caria, the general of the mercena
Polyaen_7.3.1   informed by Pigres the Carian, who was his close friend,
Polyaen_7.23.1   Mausolus, king of Caria, had need of more money than he
Polyaen_8.53.1   red off, and escaped safely to Caria. [see also: Herodotus
Polyaen_8.53.5   Artemisa, queen of Caria, fought as an ally of Xerxes agai
Polyaen_8.64.1   stablished themselves in Caria, the Carians, who were sett
Porph:Fr_42   gained control of Caria and many other islands, cities,
POxy_1380   dos name of the sun ; in Caria Hecate ; in the Troad and
RC_41   (c. 201)   lles was a city in Caria, and adopted the name of
SEG_45.1556   (175-150)   he sanctuary of [Carian] Zeus in Panamara; and that
SEG_60.1075   (c. 188-167) commander of the places in Caria, has conducted himself in an
StephByz_70   Mount Latmus in Caria, where this is a shrine of Adonis
Syll_619   (after 188)   son of Archipolis in Caria: Theogenes son of Pisto
THI_31   (220)   eis or to [the] other Karians, but it was yours;
THI_72   (201)   ion for the temple [of Carian Zeus; and he dedicate
THI_119   (334-300)   yes son of Manes - the Carian Moxos son of Strombos
ValMax_1.5e.1   them for aid against the Carians, instead of ships and men,
ValMax_4.6e.1   How much Artemisia queen of Caria mourned the death of her


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