Nicomedeia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Bithynia, Anatolia
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The foundation of Nicomedeia in Bithynia.
Prusias, king of Bithynia, is killed at Nicomedeia.
Fimbria's cruel treatment of Nicomedeia, Cyzicus, and other cities
orced to retreat by sea from Nicomedeia to Pontus, but many of his
work that he was born in Nicomedeia, brought up and educate
Nicomedes the founder of Nicomedeia, the father of Prusias
founded Astaceia and called it Nicomedeia. [Ol. 131.2]
this way he handed out Nicomedeia to be plundered by the
enlarged a city and called it Nicomedeia. 129.4 * . [1756
towards Mithridates at Nicomedeia; after that the Romans
Triarius set off from Nicomedeia with the Roman fleet
(181-149) sis, and Dionysios of Nikomedeia, the son of Apatou
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