Mysia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a region in north-west Asia Minor
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+ Moesians , Mysian , Mysians
Attalus subdues Aeolis and Mysia.
an inscription put up by the Mysians in honour of C.Salluvius Naso.
fter them, five thousand Mysians followed; and then three
and that he, taking some Mysians to himself, inhabited a
oft he gazed upon Lectum, the Mysian headland across the
it. CIL_1 .743 (d) Mysians. Marble pillar
Temperamentis } & For in Mysia, which is in Asia, a buildi
olitans, and Pergamum in Mysia, full of donations that Her
Paeonians, I mean the Mysians on the very banks of the
story and customs of the Mysians (or Moesians) who live
(165/4) ended] to move the Mysians who dwell in that place
tree-tressed dells of Mysia, save me out of this place
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