Amastris - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- ruler of Heracleia after the death of her husband Dionysius, in 305 B.C.
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Dionysius of Heracleia marries Amastris.
sperous reign of Dionysius of Heracleia, aided by his wife Amastris.
Lysimachus marries Amastris, the widow of Dionysius of Heracleia.
of the city of Amastris, by Amastris the mother of the tyrants of
Amastris is murdered by her sons.
rriage. He married Amastris, the daughter of Oxathres; thi
with Arsinoe had caused Amastris to leave him, he still
son of Lysimachus and Amastris, formed a plot to make
- a city on the coast of Paphlagonia, founded by Amastris of Heracleia
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foundation of the city of Amastris, by Amastris the mother of the
ties of Heracleia, Tius, and Amastris as a gift to his wife Arsinoe.
Sea - Heraclea, Tium, ** and Amastris. Now the inhabitan
and created the new city of Amastris.  Clearchus had
uded praise for Tius and Amastris, the city which she had
not succeed in regaining Amastris (which had been taken
had captured Tius and Amastris, Cotta immediately sent
town of Sesamon, now called Amastris; Mount Cytorus, 63 miles from
rajan. The city of Amastris, Sir, which is both elegantly
lows through the city of Amastris should be covered over,
(90/89) tes; since Diogenes of (?) Amastris, the son of Dio
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