Rhossus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the coast, near the border between Cilicia and Syria
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adron of Phoenician ships surrenders to Antigonus' fleet at Rhossus.
Seleucus meets Demetrius at Rhossus, and marries his daughter Straton
herk_86'1-72, a letter of Octavianus concerning Seleucus of Rhosus.
Sherk_86'73-84, the third letter from Octavianus to Rhosus.
5-93, the fourth letter of Octavianus concerning Seleucus of Rhosus.
another. And at Rhossus, he went so far as to erect a
zen statue to Glycera in Rhossus of Syria, where he intend
her father Demetrius in Rhosus, a city founded by Cilix
it up] in the city of Rhosus in Cilicia, which had been
enician ships, bound for Rhosus, a port of Cilicia, and
council and people of Rhosos, sacred, inviolable and autonomous
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