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  Colophon   - a city in Ionia, western Anatolia
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321/11 Epicurus leaves Athens and goes to Colophon.
306/9a Inscr_90, a decree of Colophon authorising the extension of the city
302/11 and captures Sigeum, Synnada, Ephesus, Colophon, and other cities.
249/8c decree of Delphi in honour of Nicander of Colophon, an epic poet.
197/25 ochus defeats Rhodes, Samos, Colophon and Phocaea in a naval battle.
133/12 General comments on the career of the poet Nicander of Colophon.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_7.29   eep them. A man of Colophon arrived at Teos with the inten
Aelian:NA_16.28   And Nicander of Colophon should be sufficient witness
AnthPal_9.213   F 44 } & On Nicander Colophon, too, is conspicuous amo
AntipSid_7.409   the immortals ; so the Colophonian bows before Homer,
AntipThes_16.296   mer, that your nurse was Colophon, some lovely Smyrna, som
Apollod:Fr_68   trom_1.14] Xenophanes of Colophon was the founder of the
Asclepiad_7.217   nassa the courtesan from Colophon, even on whose wrinkles
Athen_6.259   ing what had happened, fled to Colophon. [75.] "But Ortyge
Athen_9.369   monians: and Nicander of Colophon, in his Dialects, says
Athen_10.413   Elegies of Xenophanes of Colophon, who has spoken in this
Athen_10.421   ts. And Phoenix of Colophon says- & A cask of wine shall
Athen_11.462   anquet, as Xenophanes of Colophon says, full of all kinds
Athen_11.495   em. But Phoenix of Colophon, in his Iambics, interprets
Athen_12.523   and after them by the Colophonians, as Timaeus and Aris
Athen_12.524   the luxury of the Colophonians, disseminated it among their
Athen_12.526   irs. [31.] But the Colophonians (as Phylarchus says [ Fr_6
Athen_12.530   was eating. And Phoenix of Colophon, the poet, speaking of Ninus,
Athen_13.561   says, in his History of Colophon), having consecrated a
Athen_13.569   brothels; as Nicander of Colophon also states, in the thir
Athen_13.589   aeanassa, a courtesan of Colophon? so that he even compose
Athen_13.594   eloved by a young man of Colophon, who already had Bacchis
Athen_13.597   the mistress of Hermesianax of Colophon. For he inscribed
Athen_13.598   and returned to lofty Colophon; then he filled his piou
Athen_14.618   on the Constitution of Colophon - "Theodorus also himsel
Athen_14.649   tell you; Nicander of Colophon, in his Theriaca [ 891]
Athen_15.679   this name, as Nicander of Colophon tells us in his treatise
Athen_15.701   but Nicander of Colophon says that ἑλάνη
Cic:DeOr_1.69   verses; if Nicander, ** of Colophon, a man totally unconnected with
DiogLaert_10.1   Perdiccas, Epicurus went to Colophon to his father. [2]
Euseb]:Chron_209   stadion race Moschus of Colophon, [victor in] boys' boxin
Nicand:Ge_70   saying . . . (c) Nicander of Colophon mentioned mustard
Nicand:Ge_72   Greek text Nicander of Colophon in the second book ofhis
Nicand:Ge_76   ers balanos, says Nicander of Colophon in his Georgica.
Nicand:Ge_83-86 *   eek text And Nicander of Colophon in his Georgica enumerat
Oros_6.2   inhabitants of Smyrna, Sardis, Colophon, and Tralles did likewise.
Phylarch_66   [66] & Athen_12.526'a-c & The Colophonians give way to
Plut:Mor_175   To Xenophanes the Colophonian, who said he had much ado
Polyaen_7.2.2   eaken the cavalry of the Colophonians, in which they were
Porph:Fr_47   captured Rhodes, Samos, Colophon, Phocaea, and many other
SEG_48.1404   (c. 250)   of the territory of Kolophon to farm taxes from els
SEG_63.949   (c. 190) of the Ionians: since the Kolophonians, who are our kinsmen and
SEG_63.957   (c. 200-190) citizen of the people of Kolophon, on an equal and similar
Syll_448   (c. 240-210)   nted to Kleandros of Kolophon, the son of Apolloph
Syll_674   (c. 140)   the cities of Samos, Kolophon and Magnesia; and req
THI_67   (c. 208)   s...es Apollonios of Kolophon, the son of Asklepi
THI_175.B   d similarly he to the Kolophonians concerning the (?) dispute wi
THI_215   (62 A.D.)   sp; Smyrna],   Colophon,   Teos,   E
THI_61.D   (173-169)   ys:   ...sios of Kolophon, the son of Perigene
Vit:Arat_1   that Nicander of Colophon was a contemporary of Aratus
Vit:Arat_4   same time as Nicander of Colophon, the writer of the Theri
Vit:Nicand_2   granted to Nicander of Colophon, the son of Anaxagoras,


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