Paeonia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a region to the north of Macedonia
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+ Paeones , Paeonians
helps Audoleon, king of the Paeonians, after an invasion by the Auta
71, an Athenian decree in honour of Audaleon, king of the Paeonians.
Lysimachus annexes Paeonia.
tes, between the Maedi and the Paeonians, and is called
his History, says- "In Paeonia and Dardania it has, they
defeated the Illyrians, Paeonians and other barbarian tri
Celts and Thracians and Paeonians, and those who dwell
called Pelasgi, the country Paeonia. But in process
his father's kingdom in Paeonia; under pretence that the
(c. 255) n the Pisidians, the [Paio]nians, the Agrianians, A
(285/4) ise king Audaleon of Paionia, the son of Patraos
(after 278) state of the Paiones erected this statu
- a title of Athene, as goddess of healing
ear the temple of Athene Paeonia, where their monuments
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