Cassandreia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city of Macedonia, on a peninsula in Chalkidiki
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Cassander founds the city of Cassandreia on the site of Potideia: Lys
Poseidippus of Cassandreia produces his first comedy.
Syll_380, a decree of Cassandreia in honour of Androbolus of Naupactu
Inscr_60, recording a grant by Lysimachus of land near Cassandreia.
marry Arsinoe, but murders her children after entering Cassandreia.
The city of Cassandreia is granted its "freedom" by Eurydice.
Apollodorus sets himself up as tyrant of Cassandreia.
Antigonus starts to besiege Cassandreia.
The cruelty of Apollodorus, tyrant of Cassandreia.
Antigonus captures Cassandreia; the death of Apollodorus.
The Romans attack Cassandreia.
acedonian fleet withdraws to Cassandreia after receiving news of the
 But Aristobulus of Cassandreia says that there is
to the magistrates of Cassandreia in this form:— Alexar
ngs." And Aristobulus of Cassandreia says that Dioxippus
founding the colony of Cassandreia, and when he conceived
songs" (as Artemon of Cassandreia says in the second
and Apollodorus the tyrant of Cassandreia. His barbarity
Cassander founded the city of Cassandreia.  Eumenes,
the possession of the city of Cassandreia. His first str
ted Ptolemy to her city Cassandreia; to get possession of
ix. Aristobulus of Cassandreia is said to have lived more
the pinnacle of power, fled to Cassandreia, where his wife
pollodorus tyrant of the Cassandreia, and invested the cit
hen Apollodorus of Cassandreia was charged with plotting
(256/5 or 254/3) ors : Oikiades of Kassandreia, the son of Nikandros
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