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  Cos   - a Greek island in the Aegean Sea, off the the coast of Caria
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  + Coan , Coans
309/17 hew of Antigonus joins Ptolemy at Cos, but is later put to death.
308/4 The birth of Ptolemy II, on the island of Cos.
301/7a, decrees of Samos and Telos in honour of judges from Cos.
288/10c SEG_55.922, a decree of Cos offering thanks to the cities of Thessal
285/20 Philetas of Cos and Straton of Lampsacus act as tutors of Ptolemy
278/4 recording thanksgivings at Cos for the defeat of the Gauls at Delph
272/7 eocritus becomes a pupil of Philetas, probably while staying in Cos.
272/8 Theoc_7, a poem by Theocritus which is set in Cos.
270/4 Berosus opens a school of astrology on the island of Cos.
270/22 The death of Philetas of Cos.
264/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Philinus of Cos
261/5 Antigonus defeats the Egyptian navy at the battle of Cos.
260/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Philinus of Cos (II)
260/4 Philinus of Cos wins a total of five Olympic victories for running.
242/8b Pella and Amphipolis concerning the sanctuary of Asclepius on Cos.
242/8c a decree of Philippi concerning the sanctuary of Asclepius on Cos.
242/11 a letter of Ziaelas concerning the sanctuary of Asclepius on Cos.
242/11a several Cretan cities concerning the sanctuary of Asclepius on Cos.
219/15a SEG_48.1097, a decree of Sinope in honour of an envoy from Cos.
219/16 decree of Cnossus thanking Cos for the services of the doctor Hermi
204/23a Inscr_45, a decree of Cos concerning the preparation of ships for
203/9 of Delphi in honour of Philiscus of Cos and Philippus of Calymna.
201/17 the citizens of Calymnus following their political union with Cos.
201/17a record of contributions towards the defence of the island of Cos.
196/14c THI_156, regulations for the cult of Aphrodite on Cos.
192/6c THI_99.G, recording honours granted by Delos to Philippus of Cos.
187/6c SEG_55.926, regulations for a priest of Eumenes at Cos.
182/10a from Eumenes to Iasus and Cos concerning the cult of Athena Niceph
179/2a Inscr_46, a decree of Cos in honour of Ariarathes IV of Cappadocia.
169/11a THI_61.D, a list of victors in the Asclepieia games at Cos.
167/15b THI_99.P, a decree of Cos in honour of the doctor of Cn.Octavius.
92/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Eudamus of Cos
88/43 The inhabitants of Cos surrender Alexander, the son of the Egyptian
84/26 rom Sulla confirming the privileges of the Dionysiac Artists at Cos.
81/68 Laodiceia, envoy of the Dionysiac Artists, to erect a stele at Cos.
30/6 lius, one of the assassins of Julius Caesar, is put to death in Cos.
    Within translations:
1Macc_15   and to Phaselis, and to Cos, and to Side, and to Aradus
AnthPal_9.21   isyros, a volcanic island near Cos, famous for its mill-st
Apollod:Fr_73   Vit.Hipp.] Hippocrates was a Coan by birth. He was the
Athen_1.15   of age and tall; & From Cos he came, and well I know &
Athen_5.209   under the dominion of Cos; and after that, Antigonus
Athen_6.262   hem, as in the island of Cos, when the citizens sacrifice
Athen_9.401   (just like Philetas of Cos, who was always investigating
Athen_12.552   Philetas also, the Coan poet, was a very thin man; so that
Athen_13.598   Eurypylus, the men of Cos, raised a bronze statue benea
Athen_14.639   Persia. But the Coans act in exactly the opposite manne
Athen_14.646   isa. And among the Coans it is called plakountion,, as we
Athen_14.658   he said; Euhemerus of Cos, in the third book of his Sac
Athen_15.684   plant named ambrosia grows at Cos, on the head of the
Athen_15.688   and from apples comes from Cos Egypt bears the palm for
Cic:DeOr_3.132   when the famous Hippocrates of Cos flourished, there were then some
Crinag_9.81   Look at the fate of Nicias of Cos. & He had gone to rest
Euseb]:Chron_207   [264 B.C.] - Philinus of Cos, stadion race A new race for
Euseb]:Chron_211   [92 B.C.] - Eudamus of Cos, stadion race Protophanes of
Hieron:Chron_2011   Many parts of the island of Cos were devastated by an
Joseph:AJ_13.349   testament, to the people of Cos. [350] Cleopatra also
Joseph:AJ_14.112   12] "Mithridates sent to Cos, and took the money which que
Joseph:AJ_14.113   ould send their money to Cos; nor is it likely that the
Joseph:AJ_14.233   consul, to the magistrates of Cos, sendeth greeting. I
Joseph:BJ_1.423   nasiarch, at places like Cos, so that this honour might
Joseph:BJ_1.532   mentioned that of Euarestus of Cos. The latter, who was one
Meleager_7.418   reached old age, Cos, which nurtured Zeus, & made me
Meleager_7.419   him to manhood, and beloved Cos of the Meropes tended
Meleager_12.53   you see on the beach of Cos Phaniŏn gazing at the
Meleager_12.56   prince of the young men. * & Cos. [12.57] & { G-P 111
OGIS_43   (c. 280)   , and the city of the [Koans] sent good and excelle
Plin:HN_4.71   Karki, Calymna with its town, Coos, Eulimna, and at a distance
Plin:HN_5.134   severed from Cos. Next to Cos we come to Caryanda
Plin:HN_6.214   Xanthus, Caunus, Rhodes, Cos, Halicarnassus, Cnidus, Doris,
Plin:HN_35.79   But it was Apelles of Cos who surpassed all the painters
Plin:HN_35.92   begun on another Aphrodite at Cos, which was to surpass even
Plin:HN_35.161   thinner earthenware. The pottery of Cos is most famous for this,
Plin:HN_36.20   preferred by the people of Cos, who had an option on
RC_25   (c. 240)   the council and people of Kos, greetings. Diogei
RC_28   (c. 240)   council] and people [of Kos], greetings . . . that
RC_3.H   (c. 303) to use the laws of Kos 60 we decided that this
RC_50   (182)   e council and] people of Kos, greetings. [We hon
Schol:Theoc_7   When he was staying on Cos, Theocritus became friendly
SEG_33.673   (220-187)   the council] and people of Kos, greetings. Apollop
SEG_33.675   (c. 182-179)   e who are staying [in Kos] shall wear garlands; and
SEG_38.812   (c. 200)   ncil and people {of Kos}, as recommended by the] pr
SEG_48.1092   (c. 305-246)   izens of the city of Kos, sharing all the same ri
SEG_48.1097   (c. 220)   als: since Dionnos of Kos, the son of Polytion, who
SEG_51.1056   (242)   the council and] people of Kos, greetings. Since
SEG_55.922   (c. 294-288)   ] for the city of the Koans in every [circumstance:
SEG_57.510   (140-130)   Xenotimos, all from Kos, have continually shown goo
SEG_59.1406B   (c. 280)   odwill that Aiolians, Koans and the Magnesians on
SelPap_2.247   (Before 270)   mmons : Caphysius (?), Coan, private of the troop o
Syll_1064   (c. 140-110) boys in the Theophania at Kos
Syll_307   (333-323)   war] By much-praised Kos, [seat] of the Meropes, [a
Syll_337   (c. 285-247)   . Attic drachmae, . . . Koan silver . . . Mal
Syll_538   (204/3)   s: since Philiskos of Kos, the son of Moschion, wh
Syll_567   (c. 204/1)   e them {the people of Kos} to accept this and to
Syll_569   (c. 204/1)   against the city {of Kos} and its territory, he in
Syll_590   (c. 210-200)   es {eponymous magistrate at Kos}, in the month of A
Syll_953   (300-286)   oples] of Kalymna and Kos [and the joint] discussio
THI_44   (c. 315-307)   : since [Nikomedes of Kos], the son of Aristandros,
SEG_12.373'B   (242)   n arriving here from Kos, have renewed the existing
THI_87   (306-301)   ed] to refer to the Koans all [the matters about wh
THI_88   (306-301)   xenoi who came from Kos, because they judged the ca
THI_114.A   to Alexandria: since Aglaos of Kos, the son of Theokles, who
THI_114.B   is resolved that Aglaos of Kos, the son of Theokles, shall
THI_99.A   (200-150)   .C. Onasandros of Kos The Greeks had specific words
THI_99.B   (early 2nd century)   . Antipatros of Kos Antipatros was a prominent doct
THI_99.C   (c. 197/6)   . Anaxippos of Kos This decree was issued by Aigial
THI_99.G   (c. 195)   . Philippos of Kos In addition to the following dec
THI_99.I   (after 241)   . Philistos of Kos This inscription was found in Ko
THI_99.J   (150-100)   C. Kallippos of Kos This inscription, which was fou
THI_99.P   (168)   is decree the city of Kos demonstrated its continui

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