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  Magnesia   (Magnesia-on-Maeander) - a city in Asia Minor
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  + Maeander , Magnesia-on-Maeander , Magnesian , Magnesians
300/_ pic victor in the stadion race: Pythagoras of Magnesia-on-Maeander.
296/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Pythagoras of Magnesia (II)
261/15 The foundation of Antiocheia-in-Persis, with settlers from Magnesia.
241/30 OGIS_229, a treaty between Smyrna and Magnesia.
230/7 Antiochus Hierax wins a temporary victory at Magnesia.
220/18 epiphany of the goddess Artemis at Magnesia.
220/19 The inhabitants of Magnesia consult the oracle at Delphi, and are ins
208/19a ees to make the territory of Magnesia inviolable because of the cult
208/19b decree acknowledging that the territory of Magnesia is inviolable.
206/6a talus recognising the status of the festival of Artemis at Magnesia.
206/6a talus recognising the status of the festival of Artemis at Magnesia.
206/6b cities acknowledging that the territory of Magnesia is inviolable.
205/10a of the Aetolian League recognising the inviolability of Magnesia.
205/13 Persis renewing its close connections with Magnesia on the Maeander.
194/16a of the Amphictyons and Aetolians in honour of Sosicles of Magnesia.
189/1 Sardis, Thyateira, Magnesia, Tralles, Ephesus, and other cities in
181/15 Syll_588, a treaty ending a war between Magnesia and Miletus.
143/21 cree of the senate concerning a dispute between Magnesia and Priene.
92/1a Protophanes of Magnesia wins the prizes for wrestling and the pancrat
87/9 Magnesia holds out against Mithridates.
    Within translations:
Athen_06.265 having Perrhaebian and Magnesian slaves; and the one nat
Athen_13.572 which is celebrated in Magnesia, not owing to the courte
Athen_13.611 related by Demetrius of Magnesia, in his treatise on Peop
Athen_14.620 oruses, because Simus of Magnesia was the most celebrated
Cic:Brut_316 Dionysius also of Magnesia, Aeschylus of Cnidus, and Xeno
Diog_Laert_07.31 But Demetrius, the Magnesian, says, in his essay on People
Diog_Laert_07.48 stated by Diocles, of Magnesia, in his Overview of Phil
Diog_Laert_07.162 [162] Diocles, the Magnesian, tells us that Ariston having
Diog_Laert_07.169 given by Demetrius the Magnesian, in his essay on People
Diog_Laert_10.13 tus. Demetrius the Magnesian says that he was a pupil of
Diog_Laert_10.26 hemista; secondly, a native of Magnesia; and lastly, a gla
DionHal:Din_1 And Demetrius of Magnesia, who was reputed a polymath,
Euseb]:Chron_207 B.C.] - Pythagoras of Magnesia-on-Maeander, stadion rac
Euseb]:Chron_211 dion race Protophanes of Magnesia-on-Maeander was the four
Euseb]:Chron_251 with a few men, set off for Magnesia. The next day he
FGrH_257a.1 games:] [Pythagoras] of Magnesia-on-Maeander, in the stad
Hieron:Chron_2023 writer of mimes, from Magnesia in Asia, was in his prim
Hieron:Chron_2034 an earthquake: Ephesus, Magnesia, Sardis, Mostene, Aegae,
THI_113 (195-168)   . . . [since the Magnesians] . . . reconcili
THI_61.B (196-146)   n:   Dionysios of Magnesia on the Maiandros, t
THI_61.C (early 2nd century)   Aristeus of Magnesia-on-the-Maiandros, t
THI_66 (302-295)   eidonius, of Magnesia, was ever in former days l
OGIS_11 (c. 285)   nt troops [against the Magnesians] and the Pedies a
OGIS_7 (before 306)   ges, arriving from Magnesia according to the e
Plut:Mor_844 laton. Hegesias of Magnesia writes, that he entreated his
Plut:Mor_847 may credit Demetrius the Magnesian, on that he wrote a dis
Polyaen_02.27.1 commander of the citadel at Magnesia, to receive four
Polyaen_02.27.2 was being besieged at Magnesia, and the enemy were movi
Polyaen_05.44.4 troops advanced against Magnesia; and he pitched and fort
RC_43 (c. 197)   . . and to place one] in Magnesia [. . . and the
RC_50 (182)   oroi . . . of Magnesia, a man who enjoys at our c
RC_8 to do with a settlement with Magnesia. One is remi
SEG_59.1406B (c. 280)   olians, Koans and the Magnesians on the Maiandros h
Syll_554 (c. 206/5)   goodwill that the Magnesians hold towards the A
Syll_557 (after 208/7)   y and country of the Magnesians [as sacred and invi
Syll_558 (c. 207/6)   arrive here from the Magnesians (Igertas son of Pr
Syll_559 (c. 207/6)   from [the people] of Magnesia on the Maiandros, na
Syll_560 (c. 207/6)   nce] the citizens of Magnesia on the Maiandros, who
Syll_561 (c. 207/6)   ng the inhabitants of Magnesia on the Maiandros,
Syll_562 (c. 207/6)   rning the decree from Magnesia, it is resolved that
Syll_564 (203/2)   eas Chians: Pleistias Magnesians: (?) Diogenes Athe
Syll_588 (190-180)   ween the Milesians and the Magnesians. With good f
Syll_589 (190-180)   steus was stephanephoros at Magnesia. } In the yea
Syll_598 (194)   ns: since Sosikles of Magnesia-on-Maiandros, the
Syll_603 (193)   as Chians: Apollonios Magnesians: Kteatos and the s
Syll_679 (190-140)   e territory which the Magnesians, in accordance wit
Vit:Arat_1 enomena, as did Lasus of Magnesia (not Lasus of Hermione,

  Magnesia 2   (Magnesia-ad-Sipylum) - a city in Lydia
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190/31 The Romans decisively defeat the army of Antiochus at Magnesia.
    Within translations:
Ennius:Ann_371 Asia after the Battle of Magnesia & & L & [372-3] & Victor
Ennius:Ann_378 Speech before the battle of Magnesia, 190 B.C. : PRISCI
Festus:Brev.12 een conquered in Asia at Magnesia by the consul Scipio,
Schol:Bob_95 the origins of this state [ Magnesia ] without some com

  Magnesia 3   - a region of Thessaly, Greece
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  + Magnetes
THI_64 (263-236)   .erses of Demetrias in Magnesia the son of Menemach
THI_70 (c. 217)   ily among the Magnetes, and my bountiful homeland,
Polyaen_06.2.1 on the tower facing the garrison in Magnesia; and the
Syll_399 (278/7)   piai, son of Euthymos Magnetes : Theodotos of Demet
Syll_636 (178)   the son of Kleandros Magnetes: Charikles of Demetr
Syll_674 (c. 140)   Samos, Kolophon and Magnesia; and requesting that d
Syll_679 (190-140)   s. Envoys from Magnesia and [Priene asked that] I s
Syll_685 (112/1)   s stephanephoros {of Magnesia}, on the 5th day of t

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