Methymna   - in ancient sources @

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  Methymna   - a city on the island of Lesbos, in the Aegean Sea
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153/17 Syll_693, recording a treaty between Rome and Methymna.
    Within translations:
Athen_10.438 And Hermeias of Methymna, in the third book of his Hist
Athen_11.466 history and affairs of Methymna, relate a fable about
Athen_12.538 singing,- Cratinus of Methymna, and Aristonymus the Ath
Callim:Epigr_17 imotheus on thy tombstone, and Methymna, thy city. Great,
THI_118 (321/0)   dros: . . . of Methymna the son of Mikion, Apollodo
Polyaen_01.44.1 and marched the army to Methymna, a city which was then
Polyaen_05.44.3 besieged Aristonymus in Methymna, Memnon sent an embassy

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