Thessalonice - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- daughter of Philippus; wife of Cassander
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Cassander marries Thessalonice, the daughter of Philippus.
Antipater kills his mother Thessalonice.
ght him a daughter named Thessalonice; and the other was
Cassander married Thessalonice the daughter of Philippus,
rders, Cassander married Thessalonice the stepsister of
of king Aeacides, and Thessalonice, her step-daughter,
sander and Philip, queen Thessalonice, the wife of Cassand
having killed his mother Thessalonice, Alexander, the othe
- a city in Macedonia
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Cassander founds the city of Thessalonice.
n_133, a decree of Delos in honour of Aristobulus of Thessalonice
ruling of Philippus about the property of Sarapis at Thessalonice.
e Roman commissioners go to Thessalonice to learn about Philippus's
th the name of Cn.Egnatius, from the Via Egnatia near Thessalonice
:Att_3.8, a letter from Cicero to Atticus, written at Thessalonice
t_3.17-19, letters from Cicero to Atticus, written at Thessalonice
who later founded the city of Thessalonice. Her husband
him in his flight, to Thessalonica, there to watch what
and while Cicero was at Thessalonica, Plancius helped to
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