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  Seleuceia   on Tigris - a Greek city in Mesopotamia
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  + Seleuceia-on-Tigris , Seleuceians , Seleucia
302/6b The foundation of Seleuceia on the Tigris.
286/3 chus, the son of Seleucus, settles Greeks from Babylon in Seleuceia.
274/3 Antiochus brings some colonists from Babylon to settle in Seleuceia.
240/26 The birth of Diogenes of Seleuceia, the Stoic philosopher.
220/23 punishes the inhabitants of Seleuceia for their support of Molon.
129/7 Phraates punishes the inhabitants of Seleuceia.
128/4 Parthians fortify Ctesiphon, opposite Seleuceia on the river Tigris.
125/13a Timotheus son of Hyspaosines goes to Seleuceia-on-Tigris.
100/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Simmias of Seleuceia-on-Tigris.
    Within translations:
Athen_5.211   ssed, was by birth a native of Seleuceia, in the district
Athen_11.466   but of the people of Seleuceia as well, in company with
Diod_34.19   was angry against the Seleuceians and could not forgive
Euseb]:Chron_211   [100 B.C.] - Simmias of Seleuceia-on-Tigris, stadion race
Festus:Brev_20   sia's finest region -- , Seleucia, Ctesiphon, and Babylon;
Festus:Brev_21   Persians. He took Seleucia, a city in Assyria, together
Lucian:Macr_20   eighty-one; Diogenes of Seleuceia on the Tigris, a Stoic
Oros_7.12   and he took possession of Seleucia, Ctesiphon, and Babylon. 3 Trajan
Oros_7.15   his energetic generals, captured Seleucia, an Assyrian city of
Phld:Sto_48   His pupils were Diogenes of Seleuceia on the Tigris, the son
Phld:Sto_51   of Andromachus; Apollodorus of Seleuceia on the Tigris; Boethus
Plin:HN_5.88   Seleucia, generally known as Seleucia on the Tigris, 203
Plin:HN_5.89   the Euphrates; from Philiscum to Seleucia is a voyage of ten
Plin:HN_5.90   left branch passing through Seleucia itself into Mesopotamia and
Plin:HN_6.43   is 750 miles from Great Seleucia and 20 miles from the
Plin:HN_6.117   it has the towns of Seleucia, Laodicea and Artemita; and also,
Plin:HN_6.122-130 *   joins the Tigris. However, Seleucia is still described as
Plin:HN_6.133   is 450 miles from Babylonian Seleucia, and the same distance from
Plin:HN_6.212   Aria, Susiane, Mesopotamia, Babylonian Seleucia, Arabia as far as
Sall:Hist_4.67   you, who possess Seleuceia, greatest of cities, and the
THI_26   (140-124)   { Parthian } king entered Seleuceia which is on
THI_61.D   (173-169)   nd:   Leodamas of Seleukeia on Tigris, the son

  Seleuceia 2   in Pieria - a Greek city on the river Orontes, in Syria
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  + Seleuceia-in-Pieria , Seleuceians
300/1 The foundation of Seleuceia on the Orontes.
219/12 Antiochus captures Seleuceia in Pieria.
186/1 IGLS_3(2).1183, a decree of Seleuceia in Pieria granting citizenship
186/1a RC_45, a decree of Seleuceia in Pieria granting citizenship to Arist
184/_ mpic victor in the stadion race: Hippostratus of Seleuceia-in-Pieria
183/1 Syll_474, an Athenian decree in honour of Aristocreon of Seleuceia.
175/8 OGIS_245, a list of annual priests at Seleuceia in Pieria.
109/14 letter from Antiochus VIII to Ptolemy IX concerning Seleuceia.
108/8 Antiochus Grypus grants independence to Seleuceia.
106/7 plot against Ptolemy Lathyrus is uncovered at Seleuceia.
64/24 Pompeius is received with enthusiasm at Antioch and Seleuceia.
    Within translations:
1Macc_11   coastal cities as far as Seleuceia by the sea, and he kept
ChronPasc_448   The inhabitants of Seleuceia, near Antioch in Syria, count
Diod_33.28   and their associates; in Seleuceia by the sea there was
Diod_34.28   followers, and headed towards Seleuceia. The Seleuceians,
Diod_34.39a   shut up in the city of Seleuceia, one of his friends for
Euseb]:Chron_209   B.C.] - Hippostratus of Seleuceia in Pieria, stadion rac
Euseb]:Chron_217   lis, in favour of Dionysius of Seleuceia. 233rd [153 A.D.]e
Euseb]:Chron_255   Setting out from Seleuceia, he defeated Antiochus the
Hieron:Chron_1715   of Antioch, Laodiceia, Seleuceia, Apameia, Edessa, Beroe
Joseph:AJ_13.221-223 *   trius, who was then shut up in Seleuceia with her children
Just_35.1   and kept a close prisoner at Seleuceia. Nor were the peo
Malal_199   ons of a city, which he called Seleuceia after his own nam
Malal_204   years, and he was buried at Seleuceia in Syria. After
Plin:HN_5.67   miles and its breadth from Seleucia Pieria to Zeugma on the
Plin:HN_5.79   is the free town of Seleucia, called Pieria. [80] Above Seleucia
Plin:HN_6.126   Zeugma is 175 miles from Seleucia on the Mediterranean coast of
Plin:HN_6.206   miles, and from Cyprus to Seleucia Pieria in Syria 115 miles
RC_72   (109) and the people [ of Seleukeia ] in Pieria, the holy
Syll_475   (soon after 229/8)   sent by the city of Seleukeia as an envoy to the

  Seleuceia 3   on Calycadnus - a Greek city in Isauria
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  + Seleuceia-on-Calycadnus
281/28 ium, Nicopolis, Nisibis, Pella, Rhagae, and Seleuceia-on-Calycadnus.
171/12a various cities in honour of Eudamus of Seleuceia-on-Calycadnus.
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Oros_7.12   authors, died of dysentery at Seleucia, a city of Isauria.
Plin:HN_5.93   river Calycadnus Seleucia, called Seleucia Tracheotis, a city moved
SEG_54.1625.A   and people of [ ? Seleukeia ], so that they may
Syll_644   (c. 172)   Eukles, Eudamos of Seleukeia, the son of Nikon,

  Seleuceia 4   at the Zeugma - a Greek city on the river Euphrates
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69/17 Tigranes, after being imprisoned at Seleuceia on the Euphrates.
Plin:HN_5.82   that name already mentioned, Seleucia on the Euphrates and

  Seleuceia 5   in Pamphylia - a city on the southern coast of Anatolia
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  + Seleuceians
THI_99.L (2nd century)   veral cities called Seleukeia; the one that honoure

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