Paphos   - in ancient sources @

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  Paphos   - a city on the south-west coast of Cyprus
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  + Palaepaphos , Paphian
310/11 Ptolemy forces Nicocles, the king of Paphos, to commit suicide.
272/6 The death of the writer Sopater of Paphos.
145/7a scr_68, honours granted by catapulters at Paphos to their engineer.
    Within translations:
AnthPal_16.160   Aphrodite of Praxiteles Paphian Cythereia came through
AntipSid_16.178   pigram by Antisthenes of Paphos on the same subject) π&
Apollonid_9.791   yourself more than because of Paphos. & * & The poem is
Arrian:Fr_10   of Soli and Nicocles of Paphos, and also Androcles of Ama
Asclepiad_5.158   ermione, and she wore, O Paphian Queen, a girdle of many
Asclepiad_5.209   LEPIADES By thy shore, O Paphian Cythereia, Cleander saw
Athen_6.255   a certain young man, a Paphian by birth, but a king by
Athen_6.257   that. & (B) & In Paphos, where you should have seen the
Athen_11.482   a cup, Apollodorus says, in Paphos.
Athen_11.483   says that the inhabitants of Paphos call this cup kybba.
Athen_11.486   is here dedicated to thee, Paphian goddess. Do thou by all
Athen_11.487   by Pamphilus, says that the Paphians call the drinking-cup by this
Athen_15.675   countries, coming by chance to Paphos, in Cyprus, [676] an image
OGIS_84   (217-210)   es, and towards the city of Paphos. [B]   [The
OGIS_172   (88)   The city of Paphos honours Onēsandros son of
Philip_13.1   & { G-P 62 } & Hail, Paphian goddess ! For all mortals
Phld:Epigr_5.115   ell in love with Demo of Paphos - nothing surprising in
Phld:Sto_75   . . . Sotas of Paphos; Sosus of Ascalon, who stayed
Plin:HN_5.130   towns, New and Old Paphos, Curias, Citium, Corinaeum, Salamis,
POxy_1380   young, . . . ; at Paphos hallowed, divine, gentle ; in
THI_68   (163-145)   him in the temple of Paphian Aphrodite; and to cel
ValMax_1.5.6   and approaching the city of Paphos, and viewing a stately building,

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