Cyzicus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the coast of Mysia, north-west Anatolia
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Arrhidaeus attacks Cyzicus, but fails to capture it.
Warfare (? between Antiochus and Nicomedes) near Cyzicus.
ustin_225 (OGIS_748), recording gifts from Philetaerus to Cyzicus.
privileges awarded by Delphi to Neanthes and Polycles of Cyzicus.
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Agemachus of Cyzicus
Attalus and his brothers visit Cyzicus with their mother Apollonis.
dedicated to Apollonis at Cyzicus by her children Eumenes and Atta
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Alcimus of Cyzicus
Olympic victor in the stadion race: ? Hagnodorus of Cyzicus
OGIS_331.3, a letter from Attalus to Cyzicus.
medes III sends his concubine Hagne and her son Socrates to Cyzicus.
Iaia of Cyzicus is renowned as a female painter, working in Rome.
cruel treatment of Nicomedeia, Cyzicus, and other cities in Asia.
omen at Cyzicus: a fig-tree grows out of a laurel.
Mithridates advances to Cyzicus and starts to besiege it.
Lucullus arrives at Cyzicus, and occupies a strong position blocking
miraculously appears at Cyzicus for a sacrifice to the goddess
escapes an attempt on his life during mining operations at Cyzicus.
ffers terribly from starvation and plague while encamped by Cyzicus.
ral comments on the siege of Cyzicus, and Lucullus' successful strate
Mithridates secretly slips away from Cyzicus and goes to Parium.
The inhabitants of Cyzicus are rewarded with freedom by the Romans
Teucer of Cyzicus and Aesopus write about the achievements of Mithrid
bearing you from Cyzicus brought you to Samothrace" :
and now that I am dead island Cyzicus & covers my bones.
instrument Neanthes of Cyzicus in the first book of his
Protagorides of Cyzicus in the second book of his treat
ther?" And Androcydes of Cyzicus, the painter, being very
ly, Calamodrys, the athlete of Cyzicus. And Timocreon the
And Timaeus of Cyzicus (as the same Demochares relates
Heracleia, and Hyperbolus of Cyzicus. And of other flute
But Neanthes of Cyzicus, in his third and fourth books
ollution, as Neanthes of Cyzicus relates in the second boo
is best in Elis, and at Cyzicus; the perfume made from
composed by Hermippus of Cyzicus, on an occasion when a
If thou goest to Cyzicus, it will be small trouble to
hat he had come as a friend to Cyzicus. But as soon as he
tes was almost captured by the Cyzicenes. This attempt was
192 B.C.] - Agemachus of Cyzicus, stadion race Cleitostrat
.D.] - Epinicus Cynas of Cyzicus, stadion race [p219] 247t
Craterus the eunuch at Cyzicus, where he had fled with
Mithridates' army near Cyzicus and captured Ilium, but
way Socrates and his mother to Cyzicus, with 500 talents.
the liberty of the citizens of Cyzicus. [not in Ar.] Pylad
army against him out of Cyzicus;  so he staid in his
idates confidently moved on to Cyzicus and decided to besi
with a large squadron to Cyzicus, in order to cut off the
rates, but then he halted near Cyzicus. The the Athenians
Memnon advanced against Cyzicus, he put a Macedonian cap
land, and reached the town [of Cyzicus].
caused by my siege of Cyzicus with a great army provisi
(c. 300) lostratos of Kyzikos, son of Phokion, victor
(c. 287) nthes and Polykles of Kyzikos, the sons of Nikote
(c. 263) saios Apollodoros of Kyzikos, the son of Herarkle
(190-180) asians: & Teians: & Kyzikenes: & Achaean League: &
(c. 172) factions. [E] Decree of the Kyzikenes. &therefor
(62 A.D.) he Rhyndacus, Cyzicus, Priapus,
(late 3rd cent.) &the Kyzikenes, first of all peo
(173-169) bsp; . . . of Kyzikos, the son of Diphilos men: &nb
(263-236) henaios Moschioni of Kyzikos the son of Ar..
(2nd century) .C. Diokles of Kyzikos This decree was issued by th
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