Phyle   - in ancient sources @

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  Phyle   - a fort in Attica
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Just_5.9   the exiles, and took post at Phyle, a fort on the border
Nepos_8.2   he had taken refuge in Phyle, which is a well-fortified stronghold
Philoch_62   Book 7 [62] & Suda_Ph'838 & Phyle, a fort in Attica.
Philoch_143   bear a grudge, if you captured Phyle". After the return
Plut:Demetr_23   likewise reduced Phyle and Panactus, the bulwarks of Att
Plut:Mor_189   possessed themselves of Phyle, came to them bearing his
Plut:Mor_835   deavoured to return from Phyle, he also behaved himself
Syll_319   (314/3)   s and Panaktos and at Phyle offered a crown to the
Syll_485   (soon after 235/4)   in [Panaktos] and at Phyle and by the soldiers who
Syll_542   (228/7-212/1)   emarch: Philotades of Phyle thesmothetes: Sophane
Syll_547   (soon after 210)   usis and Panaktos and Phyle and in the open coun

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