Massilia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Massilia   - a city on the Mediterranean coast of Gaul; the modern Marseilles
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195/16 honour of Hegesias, who had served as an envoy to Massilia and Rome.
150/11 Aemilianus passes through Massilia and other cities, and makes enq
129/25 The Massilians intercede on behalf of the Phocaeans.
125/6 Massilia appeals for help against the Salluvii, and the senate sends
82/34 Sicily, including Ariston of Massilia and Diodorus of Lilybaeum, with
82/55 L.Scipio goes into exile at Massilia.
49/36 ates with the inhabitants of Massilia, after they refuse to receive
49/41 Caesar attacks Massilia, but is unable to capture it quickly.
49/50 D.Brutus defeats the inhabitants of Massilia in a naval battle.
49/59 Massilia surrenders to Caesar after a long siege.
    Within translations:
Athen_04.152 from the country about Massilia; and this is drunk unmix
Athen_12.523 war; but the people of Massilia became very effeminate,
Athen_13.576 his Constitution of the Massilians, mentions a similar
Just_37.1 prisoner, the people of Massilia sent ambassadors to
Just_43.3 Gaul, built the city of Massilia amidst the Ligurians and
Sosyl_1 of all the ships of the Massilians, who were the first
Syll_585 (197-175)   s: [10] Theodoros of Massilia, son of Heronax


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