Termessus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Termessus   - a city in Pisidia, southern Asia Minor
  + Termessians
281/41a Inscr_35, a decree of Termessus in Pamphylia, in honour of a Ptolema
96/5 rius as military tribune; the Romans capture Termessus and Colenda
71/37 _1.589, a Roman decree confirming privileges granted to Termessus
    Within translations:
CIL_1.589   the autonomy of Greater Termessus (68 B.C.) : see R
Diod_33.16     The Numantines and Termessians sent ambassadors to
Diod_33.5a   were secretly taken away to Termessus by one of their
OGIS_762   (c. 167)   bsp; . . . [the Termessians at] Oinoanda, [or their
SEG_18.570   (180-120)   ans and the people of Termessos, he served at his o
SEG_44.1113   (36-25)   sent by the city of Termessos in alliance to king Amyntas
SEG_60.1569   (c. 160-150) Daisios; and as is in Termessos by Oinoanda, when Trokondas son
THI_214   (189-133) and the people] of greater Termessos made a treaty on these

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