Thessalonice   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Thessalonice   - daughter of Philippus; wife of Cassander
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316/26 Cassander marries Thessalonice, the daughter of Philippus.
294/6 Antipater kills his mother Thessalonice.
    Within translations:
Athen_13.557 ght him a daughter named Thessalonice; and the other was
Euseb]:Chron_231 Cassander married Thessalonice the daughter of Philippus,
FGrH_155.2 rders, Cassander married Thessalonice the stepsister of
Just_14.6 of king Aeacides, and Thessalonice, her step-daughter,
Just_16.1 sander and Philip, queen Thessalonice, the wife of Cassand
Plut:Demetr_36 having killed his mother Thessalonice, Alexander, the othe

  Thessalonice 2   - a city in Macedonia
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  + Thessalonica
315/7 Cassander founds the city of Thessalonice.
229/1 n+_133, a decree of Delos in honour of Aristobulus of Thessalonice
187/2 ilippus concerning the property of the god Sarapis at Thessalonice
185/4 e Roman commissioners go to Thessalonice to learn about Philippus's
143/22 th the name of Cn.Egnatius, from the Via Egnatia near Thessalonice
58/38 :Att_3.8, a letter from Cicero to Atticus, written at Thessalonice
58/55 t_3.17-19, letters from Cicero to Atticus, written at Thessalonice
    Within translations:
FGrH_155.2 who later founded the city of Thessalonice. Her husband
Just_25.3 him in his flight, to Thessalonica, there to watch what
Schol:Bob_153 and while Cicero was at Thessalonica, Plancius helped to


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