Sestus   - in ancient sources @

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  Sestus   - a city on the European shore of the Hellespont
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288/15 Lachares escapes to Lysimacheia after Sestus is captured.
133/10 Menas of Sestus acts as envoy to Straton, the Attalid general in Thra
130/10 The Thracians attack Sestus.
129/31 OGIS_339, a decree of Sestus in honour of Menas.
    Within translations:
Athen_05.209 the strait. & Which between Sestus and Abydos foams.
Just_5.4 nians, were already waiting at Sestus with their fleet dra
Polyaen_01.34.2 off many captives from Sestus and Byzantium, was, at the
Polyaen_01.37.1 iscovery, Cleon betrayed Sestus to the Abydenes without
Polyaen_03.7.3 had seized control of Sestus, Lachares concealed himsel
Polyaen_07.21.2 promised to lay siege to Sestus, which was most hostile

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