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  Sinope   - a Greek city in Paphlagonia, on the northern coast of Anatolia
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  + Sinopeans , Sinopeus
220/45 The Rhodians help Sinope against Mithridates.
183/5 Pharnaces captures Sinope.
72/29 dates retreats to Amisus and Sinope, and appeals to his son Machares
70/28 Lucullus captures Sinope.
44/4 Julii, Heracleia Pontica, Ilium, Novum Comum, Sinope and in Sicily.
    Within translations:
Arrian:Fr_1 zus (a Greek colony from Sinope), to Eumenes of Cardia;
Athen_06.235 eracles; and Diodorus of Sinope, a comic poet, in his Heir
Athen_06.239 And Diodorus of Sinope, in his Orphan Heiress, has thes
Athen_06.251 ator. And Baton of Sinope relates, in his book about the
Athen_08.339 the mighty conger from Sinope, & With his stout spines;
Athen_11.497 But Dionysius of Sinope, in his Female Saviour, giving
Athen_14.615 agnus said, Dionysius of Sinope, the comic poet, in his
Memn_26 that he should attack Sinope and start a war for contro
Memn_29 authority, and sailed off to Sinope. Lucullus, Cotta
Memn_37 tes had put in charge of Sinope along with Cleochares, gav
Plut:Agis_15 must be admitted that Baton of Sinope relates it in anothe
Polyaen_07.21.2 tames intended to attack Sinope; but the city had a very
Polyaen_07.21.5 While he was besieging Sinope, Datames received a letter
SEG_48.1097 (c. 220)   From the Sinopeans. It was resolved
StephByz_70 just as Sinōpis is from Sinōpeus, is Alexandri

  Sinope 2   of Thrace - a courtesan, 4th century B.C.
Athen_13.558 peared. & Then for Sinope's friends, may I not say & That
Athen_13.567 an's doors, & But haunts Sinope, Nannion, and Lyca, & And
Athen_13.585 tion [ 22'56 ], mentions Sinope and Phanostrate; [586] and
Athen_13.586 te; [586] and respecting Sinope, Herodicus the pupil of
Athen_13.594 following manner about Sinope the courtesan [ 59'116 ]:
Athen_13.595 had been the slave of Sinope the Thracian, who brought


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