Tempe   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Tempe   - a gorge in Thessaly, Greece
Wikipedia entry
185/2 Roman commissioners at Tempe order Philippus to withdraw his garris
    Within translations:
Aristonous_10   Purged in the Vale of Tempe by the will of Zeus
Athen_14.639   ich the mountains called Tempe had been rent asunder, and
Ennius:Ann_427   erseus fortifies the passes of Tempe, 171 B.C. ? : FESTUS
Nicand:Al_190   of sweet bay or bay of Tempe 200 (this was the first pla
Plin:HN_4.31   is called the Vale of Tempe, 5 miles long and nearly

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