Maeander - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a river in Asia Minor
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Persis renewing its close connections with Magnesia on the Maeander.
(62 A.D.) e by the mouth of the Maeander, Miletus,
(196-146) os of Magnesia on the Maiandros, the son of Herophi
(c. 280) e Magnesians on the Maiandros had towards Thessalia
(c. 206/5) ns of Magnesia on the Maiandros have sent Mnasiptol
(c. 207/6) ns of Magnesia on the Maiandros, being [friends]
(c. 207/6) e] of Magnesia on the Maiandros, namely Philiskos
(c. 207/6) ns of Magnesia on the Maiandros, who are friends
(c. 207/6) ts of Magnesia on the Maiandros, who being close as
(c. 207/6) ts of Magnesia on the Maiandros, who are friends of
- in documents
(175-172) des Demetrios son of Maiandros Demetrios son of His
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