Erythrae - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the coast of Ionia, Asia Minor
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+ Erythraean , Erythraeans
tempts to dig a canal through the peninsula of Mimas, near Erythrae.
l_284, a decree to restore the statue of a tyrannicide at Erythrae.
OGIS_223, a letter from Antiochus to the city of Erythrae.
But the oxen of Erythrae can move their horns as they
this, Eubulus of Erythrae, the son of Antenor, [died]
But Hippias the Erythraean, in the second book of his
they sailed by night to Erythrae, and just at the same
A class of cup from Erythrae, as Pamphilus says. It is
from Eretria, or from Erythrae, who was a school-master
to make an island of Erythrae with Mimas.  Near Erythrae
Erythrae with Mimas.  Near Erythrae were formerly the towns of
and directly opposite to Erythrae.  Neighbouring islands are
the same distance from Erythrae. Near Smyrna are the
fleeces that they call Erythrean, Baetica the same, Canusium
sea. In a temple at Erythrae even today are on view
lesians, assisted by the Erythraeans, made war on the Naxi
made war on the inhabitants of Erythrae. He was directed
hen the Chians and Erythraeans had long been at war about
( c. 270-255) uncil and the people of Erythrai, greeting . Tharsynon a
(306/5) s of Athens, Herakleitos of Erythrai and the gener
(c.260) "The people of Erythrai in Ionia honour Neop
(c. 263) son of Demokritos Jason of Erythrai, the son of De
lasa, 30 and to the Erythraians concerning the dispute with t
. when he [travelled] to Erythrai, he bestowed every care and
drifted to the shore of Erythrae, where it was buried by
- a city of the Aenianes in Thessaly
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und in an inscription at Erythrae, which appears to have
(c. 260) since Timokrates of Erythrai near Thermopylai, the
(62 A.D.) bsp; Phocaea, Erythrae, Smyrna],
(173-169) bsp; Asklepiodoros of Erythrai, the son of Demetrio
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