Samothrace   - in ancient sources @

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  Samothrace   - an island in the north of the Aegean Sea
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  + Samothracian , Samothracians
282/2 a dedication by Arsinoe the daughter of Ptolemy at Samothrace.
281/8a OGIS_15, a dedication by Arsinoe in Samothrace.
216/14 The birth of the grammarian Aristarchus of Samothrace.
169/17 Ptolemy VI attempts to escape to Samothrace.
168/24 Perseus takes refuge in Samothrace.
168/29 Roman delegation arrives at Samothrace to negotiate with Perseus.
145/32 The death of Aristarchus of Samothrace.
76/21 ission into the mysteries at Samothrace of Q.Minucius, P.Magulnius
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_45   E'1678 & & The mysteries of Samothrace are divulged.
Aelian:Fr_90   came some memory of the Samothracians: for that is where
Aelian:NA_15.23   also beloved of the gods of Samothrace.* At any rate
AnthPal_11.346   Cyzicus brought you to Samothrace" : this is the goal
Athen_10.421   prayers & To the great Samothracian gods of the sea, &
Athen_14.660   lity in Athenion, in his Samothracians, as Juba says, when
Callim:Epigr_48   dedicated to the gods of Samothrace [the Cabeiri], saying
Euseb]:Chron_239   Perseus fled to Samothrace, but then agreed to surrende
Just_24.3   went to live in exile in Samothrace; sorrowing the more,
Just_33.2   ten thousand talents, at Samothrace; and Cnaeus Octavius,
Lucill_6.164   of Cronus, and to the Samothracian gods, do I, Lucilliu
Nepos:Att_11   be sent them from Epirus to Samothrace. To enumerate
Nicand:Th_450   } or go to storm-beaten Samothrace - these lie far off
Plin:HN_4.73   miles, and the island of Samothrace, a free state, off the
Plin:HN_4.74   Between the Chersonese and Samothrace, about 15 miles from
Plin:HN_6.217   Gulf of Melas Abdera, Samothrace, Maronea, Aenos, Bessica, Thrace,
Plin:HN_33.23   to have been instituted in Samothrace.
Plin:HN_36.25   the most solemn rites in Samothrace. He was responsible also for
Plin:HN_37.181   'Samothrax,' or 'stone of Samothrace,' is produced in the
Plut:Cleom_8   es, and whom the Spartans call Samothracians. These were
POxy_1241   ndria, but originally of Samothrace; he became also the
POxy_1380   rophoenicia goddess ; in Samothrace bull-faced ; at Pergam
Sall:Hist_4.67   ction before the gods of Samothrace; and then those master
SEG_33.644   (c. 100-80) e priest of the Samothracian gods, Diopeithes, son of Aristonida
SEG_38.603   (202-197)   ropolos], the gods of Samothrace, [and all the o
SEG_50.1211   (after 125) iest for life of the Samothracian gods, from his earliest a
THI_141   (late 3rd cent.)   blic of the gods in Samothrace, and the right to we
THI_144   (c. 253)   ace in the [temple of the Samothracian gods], in wh

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