Paraetonium   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Paraetonium   - a city on the north-west coast of Egypt
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30/16 Antonius unsuccessfully attacks Gallus at Paraetonium.
    Within translations:
FGrH_255.7   his way he founded the city of Paraetonium. In the third
Hieron:Chron_1688   and [on his return] founded Paraetonium in Ammon. 113th
Nicarch_11.124   and the next ones so far as Paraetonium. & For with
Oros_1.2   we find the city of Paraetonium. 9 From there the boundaries
Oros_1.2.70   at the city of Paraetonium and the Catabathmon Mountains,
Oros_6.19   Antony, he then captured Paraetonium, the first city of
Plin:HN_5.32   way from the region of Paraetonium to the Greater Syrtis; [33]
Plin:HN_5.39   The distance from Apis to Paraetonium is 62 miles, and from
Plin:HN_35.36   {18.}   Paraetonium is called after the place
Polyaen_2.28.2   hen Magas captured Paraetonium, he order the guards to kin
PsCallisth_1.31   that place was called Paratonion, "the place of the bad


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