Gaza - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the coast of Palestine
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Antigonus expels Ptolemy' garrisons from Joppa and Gaza.
Ptolemy defeats Demetrius at the battle of Gaza.
Antiochus captures Gaza.
SEG_8.269, the epitaph of Cretan soldier in Gaza.
Alexander Jannaeus captures Raphia and Anthedon, and attacks Gaza.
Alexander Jannaeus captures Gaza.
61 From there he departed to Gaza, but the men of Gaza
at Ascalon, Joppa, and Gaza, as well as at Ptolemais whi
and encompass the parts about Gaza and the district of
[Ol. 179.4] The inhabitants of Gaza count their era from
ians, had marched to Old Gaza and had defeated Demetrius
Antiochus, he came to Gaza, in order to induce them als
of his army round about Gaza itself, so with the rest he
ained only Ptolemais and Gaza to be conquered, besides Str
would have the people of Gaza on the side of those of Ptol
Zoilus and the people of Gaza came to him, and desired his
and had got the city of Gaza under his power, she resolve
ode during the winter at Gaza,  in which time Cleopat
lemaeus was retired from Gaza to Cyprus, and his mother
Joppa, Jamneia, Azotus, Gaza, Anthedon, Raphia, and Rhino
of the maritime cities, Gaza, and Joppa, and Dora, and
and Dora; Marissa also, and Gaza, and not a few others
those, the maritime cities, Gaza, and Anthedon, and Joppa,
rts, and took Raphia and Gaza, with Anthedon also, which
ith the maritime cities, Gaza, and Joppa, and Dora, and
of the maritime cities, Gaza and Anthedon, and Joppa, and
ves and merchandise from Gaza to Tyre and landed them in
ly, he was defeated near Gaza ; 5000 of his men were kille
Tripolis supporter; at Gaza abundant ; at Delphi best,
vessel of Spanish oil, 7 Gaza jars of pickled fish, 5
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