Ctesiphon   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Ctesiphon   - a city on the river Tigris in Mesopotamia; the capital of the Parthian empire
Wikipedia entry     ☆ DARE (map)
128/4 The Parthians fortify Ctesiphon, opposite Seleuceia on the river Tigr
    Within translations:
Festus:Brev.17 said that he would respond at Ctesiphon. He crossed the
Festus:Brev.20 region -- , Seleucia, Ctesiphon, and Babylon; and, afte
Festus:Brev.23 Roman imperium, penetrated to Ctesiphon. [24] Zenobia,
Festus:Brev.24 him and took Coche and Ctesiphon, the noblest cities of
Festus:Brev.28 had made camp opposite Ctesiphon on the banks of the con

  Ctesiphon 2   of Athens - orator; a supporter of Demosthenes
Athen_14.645 in his Speech in defence of Ctesiphon concerning the
Athen_14.653 his speech in defence of Ctesiphon [ 262 ], has the senten
Athen_15.697 Array, speaks thus:- "Ctesiphon the Athenian, who was
Philoch_63 Demosthenes in For Ctesiphon [ 18'107 ] and Philochorus
Plut:Mor_840 sia, Aeschines impeached Ctesiphon for acting against the
Plut:Mor_841 eing employed with Ctesiphon and Demosthenes in an embassy
Plut:Mor_846 lden crowns, and afterwards by Ctesiphon. Which last decre

  Ctesiphon 3   of Athens - a judge in Aeolis, 2nd century B.C.
197/5 Attalus appoints Ctesiphon of Athens to be a judge in Aeolis.

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