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- a city in Syria; the capital of the Seleucid kingdom
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Seleucus holds a festival at "Iopolis", near Antioch.
The foundation of Antioch.
The completion of the construction of Antioch.
ves the images of some gods from Cyprus, and places them in Antioch.
Berenice and her son are murdered at Antioch.
army is defeated by the Egyptians, and forced to retreat to Antioch.
atonice leads a rebellion at Antioch, but is captured and killed
Seleucus founds a new quarter at Antioch.
ucus brings a statue of Isis from Egypt, and displays it in Antioch.
Syria, and after he dies is buried either in Apameia or in Antioch.
Syria, and after he dies is buried either in Apameia or in Antioch.
Antiochus builds a new quarter in the city of Antioch.
plague at Antioch is stopped, by following the advice of a priest
ochus IV pays for temples at Antioch and Athens, and many other build
earthquake at Antioch.
Ptolemy VI enters Antioch.
Cretan and Jewish mercenaries massacre the inhabitants of Antioch.
Tryphon captures Antioch.
The parasite Hierax of Antioch is put to death by Ptolemy.
feats Cyzicenus and captures Antioch, where Cleopatra the wife of Cyz
Manilius all arrive on the same ship, as slaves from (?) Antioch.
his guides, but leaves them behind and makes his own way to Antioch.
being captured and released by pirates, Clodius proceeds to Antioch.
Q.Marcius Rex visits Antioch, where he negotiates with Philippus and
M.Cato visits Antioch and other places in the eastern provinces.
Pompeius is received with enthusiasm at Antioch and Seleuceia.
rthians as they retreat from Antioch, and kills Osaces, one of their
stays within the walls of Antioch, until the Parthians have comple
the statues of Zeus and Athena from Antioch and sends them to Rome.
The starting point of the Era of Antioch.
grieved and returned to Antioch. 69 And Demetrius appoin
est. 13 Then Ptolemy entered Antioch and put on the crow
troops and departed from Antioch his capital in the one
of Jerusalem as citizens of Antioch. 10 When the king
ple, and hurried away to Antioch, thinking in his arroganc
country till he reached Antioch, having succeeded chiefly
you. For we are on our way to Antioch. 37 Therefore make
I learn that at Antioch in Syria there was a tame eleph
& i.e. it was at Antioch in Syria on his way to the Pers
mixed the fountain at Antioch with wine; a thing which
], says that Hierax of Antioch, who used formerly to acc
ing some public games at Antioch, he invited all the Greek
ntiochus Eupator came to Antioch, he found Philippus actin
tants of Seleuceia, near Antioch in Syria, count their era
rst indiction. In Antioch the Great the freedom of the
first year of the era of Antioch the Great and the first
time a cetain senator of Antioch who had returned to Rome
rit, gave up the government of Antioch to Hierax and Diodo
terwards, when the Antiochians taunted and jeered at him,
ntiochus became known at Antioch, the whole city mourned,
Some of the citizens of Antioch, feeling contempt for Ant
aware of the plot, and fled to Antioch.  & While
battle near the city of Antioch against Ptolemy, who
nus brought an army from Antioch, but was defeated in a
from the inhabitants of Antioch, ignored Antiochus and
ans. Returning to Antioch, he, delighted by the lovelines
at Immae, not far from Antioch, and led her captive befo
being carried back to Antioch, the animals suddenly too
Seleucus restored and called Antioch. 115.4 * . 
founded the cities of Antioch, Laodiceia, Seleuceia,
949] [1944 in Ar.] Antioch in Syria was captured by the
Ar.] The inhabitants of Antioch reckon their years from
the metropolis itself, Antioch; and gave them privileges
deal of money, he returned to Antioch.  Now it came
ith him, and returned to Antioch, where he listed foreigne
marched hastily out of Antioch, with Lysias, who had the
had so done, he returned to Antioch. He also carried
haste, and went out of Antioch with his army; and when
in obedience and returned to Antioch to king Demetrius.
nce;  so he came to Antioch, and irritated him agains
 who marched out of Antioch, and came into Judaea,
returned to the king at Antioch; and after this his depar
built himself, not far from Antioch and admitted nobody
left them, and fled to Antioch, excepting those that wer
Phoenicia, and came to Antioch, that he might put matter
terms with the people of Antioch, for they had suffered
persuade the people of Antioch to receive Demetrius, bec
took his army, and came from Antioch, against Jonathan.
Now the people of Antioch hated Demetrius, both on accoun
oth his elephants and the city Antioch.  Demetrius,
and treachery, came from Antioch to Bethsan, which by the
burial, he returned himself to Antioch.  However, Sim
aptives of the people of Antioch, they restored them to
fight was over, came to Antioch, and took it, and reigned
head; and thus did he die at Antioch.  But Ptolemae
rite to the Sidonians, and the Antiochians, and the Aradia
when he came to Antioch, and met there a great number
was come to Daphne by Antioch, they told him of the ill
resolved to behead him at Antioch,  for otherwise the Jews
conducted Caesar as far as Antioch; but upon his return, as
thereby departed this life at Antioch in Syria;  so
Antonius had him brought to Antioch, and slain there.
beheaded by Scipio at Antioch, and that by the command
the Jews to Daphne by Antioch to Antonius, who was alre
erodes was at Daphne, by Antioch, he had some dreams which
open place belonging to Antioch in Syria, did not he pave
for he called the city Antioch from the name of his fath
fled in trepidation to Antioch, not much better attended
mpact with the people of Antioch, at that time enraged aga
er. The people of Antioch, too, to atone for their injuri
Syria; for the people of Antioch, in the first place, unde
and he called the city Antioch, after the name of his
possessions; he captured Antioch the great and the rest
reached in the city of Antioch on the 12th day of the
first year of the era of Antioch the great is counted from
eached Syria and entered Antioch the great, in order to
and uproar of arms at Antioch, so that twice the army
(187-175) tue of Heliodoros of Antioch, the son of Aischylos,
(129-117) tue of Krateros of Antioch, the son of Krateros,
(c. 20) d Ma[ssalia . ] and Antioch near Daphne. The annual [sacrific
and who had recently entered Antioch. He drove them off and
with a few men to Antioch. Though defeated by the great
Pantheon at Rome, while at Antioch an earthquake laid almost the
12 When Valens had left Antioch and was going to his
& A. From whence ? & B. From Antioch. & A. Why did he
the part touching Cilicia Antiochia.  Its length between
and inland the city of Antioch itself, which is a free
advances above the region of Antioch, the part of it called
Botrys, Tripolis, Byblus, Antioch, Laodicea, Seleucia, seaboard
of these being Publilius of Antioch the founder of our mimic
carried her with great pomp to Antioch. Demetrius seized
her rank, and conducted her to Antioch.  Epicharis.
Gennaeus, the leaders of Antioch, and she set up her elder
Lysias, the governor of Antioch and Phoenicia, as command
then_6.252'e & Hierax of Antioch, a parasite of Ptolemy
The greatest city in Syria is Antioch. This is eight stad
by thousands and send them to Antioch in Syria. And if
the council and people of Antioch, and the council and people
ive cities from the Thebaid to Antioch. Take over from
(184/3) s who have arrived in Antioch, and when he came to
(late 3rd cent.) s: since Hermeios of Antioch, the son of Asklepiodo
(c. 170-150) steward] Helikon of Daphne near Antioch, who is the son of
of arms, was heard at Antioch and Ptolemais, that the soldiers
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