Caunus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the southern coast of Caria, Asia Minor
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Philocles captures Caunus for Ptolemy.
addresses the senate, who restore control of the Caunians to Rhodes.
his troops attacked Cnidus, Caunus, and Rhodes. The Rho
rasite. And in his Caunians he says- & (A) & Will any othe
caught him in the island of Caunus. Patrocles shut him
(197-159) ncil [and the people] of Kaunos, [greetings]. He
(173-169) n: Nearchos of Kaunos, the son of Artemidoro
ty. Protogenes of Caunus was at that time painting for
ible, to take the way to Caunus, where he hoped to find
maeus, who was besieging Caunus, bribed the superintendent
(? 249) lows. Since the Kaunians Amyntas son of Euthon and
(190-180) & Halikarnassians: & Kaunians: Dionysikles son of
(after 188) mikles Commanders: in Kaunos: Philistidas son of Ar
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