Orontes - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a river in Syria
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The foundation of Seleuceia on the Orontes.
anes is drowned in the river Orontes after being defeated by Antiochu
are bred in the Syrian Orontes, but the largest of all
headlong into the river Orontes, where he was caught by
Antigoneia on the river Orontes, which Seleucus restored
which is now called the Orontes, and separates the countr
Dracon which was renamed Orontes, where there was a villag
from Daphne by the river Orontes; while on the cape is
the coast is the river Orontes, which rises between Libanus and
the Epiphanians on the Orontes, the Laodiceans by Libanus,
I - ruler of Armenia, 4th century century B.C.
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(117-138AD) o be] prytaneis. Orontes son of Artasyros, a Bactri
the son of Cypselus; as Orontes the Persian resembled Alc
linen. ORONTES. Orontes, the son-in-law of King Artaxer
also: Herodotus, 3.153]  & Orontes. Artaxerxes ordered
.8] & After rising in revolt, Orontes fought against king
III - ruler of Armenia, late 3rd century B.C.
ris, two generals of Antiochus, after the death of its king Orontes.
acters, as if written by Orontes, the satrap of Armenia,
- the father of Perdiccas, 4th century B.C.
ere Perdiccas the son of Orontes, Leonnatus the son of Ant
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