Orontes   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Orontes   - a river in Syria
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Wikipedia entry
300/1 The foundation of Seleuceia on the Orontes.
94/5 anes is drowned in the river Orontes after being defeated by Antiochu
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_261 headlong into the river Orontes, where he was caught by
Hieron:Chron_1699 Antigoneia on the river Orontes, which Seleucus restored
Malal_197 which is now called the Orontes, and separates the countr
Malal_200 Dracon which was renamed Orontes, where there was a villag

  Orontes 2   I - ruler of Armenia, 4th century century B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
OGIS_264 (117-138AD)   o be] prytaneis. Orontes son of Artasyros, a Bactri
Plut:Arat_3 the son of Cypselus; as Orontes the Persian resembled Alc
Plut:Mor_174 linen. ORONTES. Orontes, the son-in-law of King Artaxer
Polyaen_07.14.1 also: Herodotus, 3.153] [14] & Orontes. Artaxerxes ordered

  Orontes 3   III - ruler of Armenia, late 3rd century B.C.
199/8 ris, two generals of Antiochus, after the death of its king Orontes.
    Within translations:
Polyaen_04.8.3 acters, as if written by Orontes, the satrap of Armenia,

  Orontes 4   - the father of Perdiccas, 4th century B.C.
Arrian:Fr_1 ere Perdiccas the son of Orontes, Leonnatus the son of Ant


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