Andros   - in ancient sources @

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  Andros   - an island in the Aegean Sea
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319/5a I_153, a decree of Chios in honour of judges from Naxos and Andros.
246/42 Antigonus defeats the Egyptian fleet at Andros.
    Within translations:
AnthPal_7.355   ail, Praxiteles of Andros ! [356] Anonymous & { F 29 } &
Apollonid_7.631   ilus lies in the soil of Andros, having drunk the water
Athen_11.506   the people, Phanosthenes of Andros, Apollodorus of Cyzicus, and
PHaun_6   δρο& . . . (?) Andros [10] & ω
Plin:HN_4.65   The first of these is Andros with a town of the
Plin:HN_4.68   from Samos; between Euboea and Andros there is a channel 10
Plin:HN_4.69   62 miles distant from Andros; 80 miles from Gyaros,
SEG_28.60   (270/69)   tationed with him on Andros, paying their wages and
Syll_382   (early 3rd cent.)   poet Demoteles of Andros, the son of Aischylos,
Syll_562   (c. 207/6)   ilar decrees: Naxos Andros Arsinoē Tenos Thera
THI_153   (c. 320)   dges from Naxos and Andros have approached the peop
THI_99.H   (2nd century)   eroïdes of Andros This inscription was found o

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