Cius   - in ancient sources @

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  Cius   - a city of Bithynia, which was refounded and called Prusias
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  + Cianians , Cierus
302/22 age of 84, by Antigonus at Cius, after being suspected of treason.
227/1d THI_108, a decree of Miletus concerning its colony in Cius.
202/9 Philippus captures Cius and Thasos.
183/25 Prusias I captures Cierus and Tius, and attacks Heracleia.
    Within translations:
Memn_9   Heracleians recovered Cierus and Tius and the Thynian
Memn_11   Heracleia and Calchedon and Cierus, and of some other
Memn_14   of Byzantium, Heracleia, and Cius to be their guardians
Memn_19   by making war brought Cierus (which belonged to the Her
Memn_28   times Prusias was called Cierus, which is the scene of man
Memn_32   previously been called Cierus, from the river which flow
Plin:HN_5.144   with the town also named Cios, formerly a trading station for
Plin:HN_5.148   on this coast. Inland from Cios, in Bithynia, is Prusa, at
Plin:HN_7.124   reputation belongs to Asclepiades of Prusa, for having founded a new
Plut:Phoc_18   of these four cities in Asia, Cius, Gergithus, Mylassa,
Syll_1168.B   (late 4th cent.) 43 . . . of Kios, suffering gout. While he was
THI_108   (c. 228)   hey proposed: since the Kianians, who are colonists

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