Eleutherna - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Crete
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+ Eleuthernaean , Eleuthernaeans
Inscr_53, a treaty between Antigonus and Eleutherna in Crete.
Metellus captures Lappa and Eleutherna, and ruthlessly subjugates the
you are laid in this tomb at Eleutherna. From no matter
his harp was Ametor, the Eleuthernaean, who did so in his
(183) kians, Hierapytnians, Eleuthernaians, Aptaraians, P
(c. 201) Decree of the Eleuthernaians. Sinc
(c. 227-224) . . . [the Eleuthernaians shall make] war against
(263-236) bsp; Pronax of Eleutherna in Crete the son o
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