Tripolis - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Phoenicia
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Demetrius arrives at Tripolis and proclaims himself king.
blishing Roman control over Tripolis and the territory of the Itura
nicia, and came to the city of Tripolis. Demetrius killed
away from Rome, and took Tripoli, a city of Syria, and set
therein, he went away to Tripoli, and committed the prosec
ess so than Dionysius of Tripoli, who had been beheaded,
built gymnasia at Tripolis, and Damascus, and Ptolemais;
lled in one town and called it Tripolis. Greek & Arme
(Tripolitania) - a Roman province in Africa
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ular, Byzacium consular, Tripolis and the two Mauritanias
ypt after sending the ships to Tripolis to await him. The
- a federation of Azorus, Pythion and Doliche in Thessaly
(221) galokles and the state of Tripolis, greetings. To m
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