Lysimacheia   - in ancient sources @

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  Lysimacheia   - a city in Thrace, founded by Lysimachus
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  + Lysimacheians , Lysimachia
308/6 The foundation of the city of Lysimacheia.
288/15 Lachares escapes to Lysimacheia after Sestus is captured.
286/14 Lysimacheia is damaged by an earthquake.
277/10 Antigonus Gonatas defeats the Gauls near Lysimacheia.
246/30b Austin_171, a treaty between Lysimacheia and Antiochus.
197/10a SEG_38.603, an alliance between Philippus and Lysimacheia.
197/11 The Thracians sack Lysimacheia.
196/10 Antiochus restores Lysimacheia.
190/20 Antiochus abandons Lysimacheia.
    Within translations:
Diod_33.14   had captured the city of Lysimacheia, which belonged to
Hieron:Chron_1711   118.3 . [1711] [1709 in Ar.] Lysimachia in Thrace was
Just_17.1   was, that the city of Lysimachia, founded two and twent
Memn_8   a horse and rushed to Lysimacheia, where he put on a
Oros_3.23.30   overthrew the city of Lysimachia; its population was destroyed
Plin:HN_4.47   stood the town of Ganos; Lysimachea on the Chersonese is also
Plin:HN_4.48   united with the city of Lysimachea, five miles from the Long
Plin:HN_6.217   Nicaea, Chalcedon, Byzantium, Lysimachea, the Chersonese, the
Plin:HN_34.55   that was once at Lysimachea; [56] Heracles; the Leader
Polyaen_3.7.3   the gates, and safely reached Lysimacheia. [8] & Archinus
Polyaen_4.17.1   Cretan and Dionysius of Lysimacheia, to ask for the body
SEG_38.603   (202-197)   ] treaty. The Lysimacheians shall not [enter into
Syll_476   (c. 281/0)   l to praise Bithys of Lysimacheia, the son of Kl

  Lysimacheia 2   - a city in Aetolia
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Syll_421 (272-260)   asurers: Kydrion of Lysimacheia, Dorimachos of Tr
Syll_539 (204)   rantia, Hylaios of Lysimacheia (?) Thespians: Ly
Syll_545 (206/5)   Physkos, Lamios of Lysimacheia, Thrasyboulidas of

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