Teos - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an Ionian city on the coast of Asia Minor
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+ Teian , Teians
4, letters from Antigonus to Teos concerning plans for a synoecism
Syll_426, a decree of Bargylia in honour of Tyron of Teos.
SEG_44.949, a decree of Teos concerning a large ransom to be paid
Austin_191, a decree of Teos in honour of Antiochus III.
Delphi and the Aetolian League, recognising Teos as inviolable.
Bagnall_129, a letter from Amynander of Athamania to Teos.
Syll_601, a letter from the praetor M.Valerius to the city of Teos
honour of envoys sent from Teos to Rome to oppose the claims of
OGIS_309, a decree of Teos in honour of Apollonis.
RC_53, a letter from Eumenes to the Dionysiac artists at Teos.
the island Apellicon of Teos, who had become a citizen
Athenian, and Athenodorus of Teos. And Heracleitus of
lydorus the physician of Teos used to live with Antipater,
Athen_* 13.598-600 *
eloquence of his hymns, to the Teian poet. Yea, for the
(62 A.D.) sp; Colophon, Teos, Ephesus, P
(c. 170) us as envoys by the Teians, not only dwelt in our
with black," as the poet of Teos [ Anacreon ] said. Eno
(197-160) g to our policy towards the Teians. For their part,
(229-205) cess of the city of Teos, they shall also offer p
(230-205) that] the people of Teos understands [(?) how to sh
(c. 255/4) captured Hagnon of Teos along with his ships; and
(c. 270-261) gylia sent envoys to Teos, to ask that they give us
(203/2) aitolika; since the Teians have sent Pythagoras and
(203/2) ys from the people of Teos to the Aetolian league,
(203/2) ed by law]: since the Teians have sent [Pythagoras
(203/2) agoras and Kleitos of Teos, the sons of Kleitos,
(190-180) chos , & Mylasians: & Teians: & Kyzikenes: & Ach
- king of Egypt, 362-360 B.C.
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for yourself. And Tachos the king of Egypt ridiculed Ages
us: Nectanebis, 10 years Teōs, 2 years Nectanebus,
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