Phyle - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a fort in Attica
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the exiles, and took post at Phyle, a fort on the border
he had taken refuge in Phyle, which is a well-fortified stronghold
Book 7  & Suda_Ph'838 & Phyle, a fort in Attica.
bear a grudge, if you captured Phyle". After the return
likewise reduced Phyle and Panactus, the bulwarks of Att
possessed themselves of Phyle, came to them bearing his
deavoured to return from Phyle, he also behaved himself
(314/3) s and Panaktos and at Phyle offered a crown to the
(soon after 235/4) in [Panaktos] and at Phyle and by the soldiers who
(228/7-212/1) emarch: Philotades of Phyle thesmothetes: Sophane
(soon after 210) usis and Panaktos and Phyle and in the open coun
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