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  Ecbatana   - a city in Media
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  + Agbatana
324/33 Alexander marches to Ecbatana, where he holds lavish celebrations in
281/28 uding Beroea, Cyrrhus, Dura, Ecbatana, Edessa, Hierapolis, Nicephoriu
    Within translations:
2Macc_9   While he was in Ecbatana, news came to him of what had
Aelian:NA_3.13   and talks about Susa and Ecbatana ** and the repeated stor
Aelian:NA_10.6   nter at Susa and the summer in Ecbatana. For these fish
Aelian:NA_13.18   gance, nor the magnificence of Ecbatana is to be compared
Aelian:NA_17.32   camels and transport them to Ecbatana. And after removin
AnthPal_7.256   the midmost of the plains of Ecbatana. Farewell, Eretria
Athen_12.513   Susa and their summers at Ecbatana. And Aristocles and Chares say
Athen_12.538   one occasion, at Ecbatana, he offered a sacrifice to Dio
Just_12.1   talents, was conveyed to Ecbatana, and Parmenion was entru
Oros_5.10   not content with Babylon, Ecbatana, and the whole Median
Oros_6.4   from Pontus into Parthia to Ecbatana, the capital of the Parthian
Plin:HN_6.42   and the same distance from Ecbatana, the city of the Medes,
Plin:HN_6.43   {17.}   [43] Ecbatana, the capital of Media, which
Plin:HN_6.116   Magi is the town of Ecbatana which King Darius transferred to
Plin:HN_6.133   and the same distance from Ecbatana of the Medes, by way
Polyaen_7.1.1   him to live on the citadel at Agbatana. They gave him a
PsCallisth_2.19   he heard that Darius was in Ecbatana. Alexander did not
Timoth:Pers_139   unto Sardis, unto Susa, home Ecbatana. My great God, Art


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