Lindus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the east coast of the island of Rhodes
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+ Lindian , Lindians
Ptolemy makes a dedication to the temple of Athene at Lindus.
Pyrrhus makes a dedication to the temple of Athene at Lindus.
the temple of Athene at Lindus, after defeating the Dardani and
a catalogue of the dedications in the temple of Athene at Lindus.
painting the Heracles at Lindus, that the god had appeared
of a marble pedestal found at Lindus in Rhodes; 300
the seventh Lacon the Lindian, the eighth Alexander of
(3rd cent.) the mastroi and the Lindians, as recommended by
(228/7-212/1) okles of Myrrinoutta Lindos of Berenikidai Archi
(early 2nd cent.) er in the temple of Lindian Athene at Potidaion
which was named after Solon of Lindus. He had three brothe
was named after Solon of Lindus, and it is now called Pomp
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