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  Attica   - the region around Athens in central Greece
Wikipedia entry
  + Attic , Atticisers , Atticism , Atticist , Attics
324/15 ructs a magnificent funerary monument for Pythionicē in Attica.
318/16 of Polyperchon arrives in Attica; Polyperchon hands over Phocion
316/21 emetrius of Phalerum conducts a census of the inhabitants of Attica.
305/9 ciation of "orgeones" concerning the sanctuary of Egretes in Attica.
304/21 ives Cassander's army out of Attica and pursues it as far as Heraclei
286/8 eides attempts to pass a law banishing all philosophers from Attica.
286/9 old woman realizes that Theophrastus is not a native Attic speaker.
267/6 Epichares to be general in charge of the coastal areas of Attica.
267/7 Antigonus invades Attica.
242/7 Aratus invades Attica.
237/4b The outbreak of war (the "Demetrian War") in Attica.
234/5c decree of Rhamnūs in Attica, in honour of Dicaearchus, a gene
233/10 Aratus invades Attica.
223/3a decree of Rhamnūs in Attica, in honour of Menander, a trierar
201/6 Philippus invades Attica.
200/22 Philippus invades Attica.
178/1b a decree of Delphi honouring the citizens of Tetrapolis in Attica.
134/10 Slave revolts in Attica and Delos are quickly suppressed.
48/30 .Fufius, one of Caesar's generals, advances into Boeotia and Attica.
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_73 rs'}; and from this the one in Attica was arranged. [74]
Aelian:NA_1.42 mix an eagle's gall with Attic honey and rub it on his eye
Aelian:NA_7.15 ore of Colchian Medea or Attic Procne ? [16] & Eagles sei
Aelian:NA_7.28 stupor), the people of Attica suffered from a disease,
Aelian:NA_7.32 w-anglers contributes an Attic drachma to the one who catc
Aelian:NA_9.26 strewn by the women of Attica on their pallets at the
Aelian:NA_15.9 the sea which approaches Attica on that side of the Isthmu
Aelian:NA_17.3 large enough to contain six Attic medimni. ** [4] &
AnthPal_12.55 is Echedemus, a second Attic Phoebus whom soft-haired
AnthPal_16.222 to be a witness to the Attic land of victory and the ski
AnthPal_7.21 singer of choral odes, Attic star of the tragic Muse,
AnthPal_7.36 you to spread on your Attic writing tablets, and that
AnthPal_7.40 here, far from his own Attica, by the white waters of
AntipSid_7.81 tice, Sparta Chilon, and Attica Solon - all guardians of
AntipThes_5.109 } & You can have the Attic Europa for a drachma with
AntipThes_7.39 hylus Here, far from the Attic land, making Sicily gloriou
Apollod:Fr_59 first sailed to Attica when Aristophantus [was archon
Athen_3.101 eaten; also ask & For Attic Honey, the feastís crowning
Athen_4.128 at Athens by Lamia the Attic female flute-player to King
Athen_4.130 my friend Lynceus, and Attic ones, with the proper boxes
Athen_5.212 uch pomp and insulting show in Attica before. So there ran
Athen_5.216 never once gone out of Attica, except when he once went
Athen_6.235 says in his History of Attica - "And then they chose som
Athen_6.244 Who, having sailed from Attica to Egypt, & Was asked by
Athen_6.245 istory of the Affairs of Attica [ Fr_65 ], says- The gynae
Athen_6.268 which is that strictest Atticist of all, namely Pherecrat
Athen_6.272 of the inhabitants of Attica, and the Athenians were
Athen_10.432 of the liquor which the Attic bee & Distils who culls the
Athen_* 11.494-497 * Pamphilus, in his Attic Words, describes this as a wooden
Athen_12.540 os, and sheep from Miletus and Attica. He also," says he,
Athen_13.580 your Carian weights in Attica?" & Stratocles once made
Athen_13.582 Thallus, when he came to Attica & To buy some Chelidonian
Athen_13.598 ve. "How, too, the Attic bee [Sophocles] left Colone of
Athen_13.602 Epimenides was purifying Attica by human sacrifices, on
Athen_13.610 They've driven out of Attica with disgrace & All those
Athen_14.619 nes, in his catalogue of Attic Expressions, says - "The
Athen_14.623 heatre, and receiving an Attic talent per day every time
Athen_14.646 tells us in his treatise on Attic Names. There is also
Athen_14.647 considered dainties in Attica with those which are in
Athen_* 14.652-654 * those which came from Attica were always considered a
Athen_14.660 book of the History of Attica, Cleidemus says, that ther
Athen_15.693 iters have mentioned the Attic scolia; and they are worthy
Callim:Hec_230 chtheus there lived a woman of Attica. [231] & All wayfare
Cic:Brut_28 be collected from the Attic histories, came the above-m
Cic:Brut_43 was privately buried in Attica, adding, that it was suspe
Cic:Brut_51 ealthy complexion of the Attic style, and indeed had almos
Cic:Brut_67 and what is called their Attic neatness, and yet have neve
Cic:Brut_68 nd, they tell us, of the Attic style of eloquence: and the
Cic:Brut_167 have been composed in the true Attic style. He likewise
Cic:Brut_224 everely stigmatized in the old Attic comedies. [225] &
Cic:Brut_* 284-291 * "was to be admired as an Attic orator: and to this we must
Cic:Brut_315 the characteristic of an Attic orator, he may be justly
Crinag_11.42 yet set your foot on the Attic soil, that you may see thos
Demetr:Eloc_150 rbolt lights upon & & 'Sunium, Attica's headland.' & & &
Demetr:Eloc_175 ard for euphony that the Attic writers append an `n,' and
Demetr:Eloc_177 pungent Attic. The Attic dialect has about it something
Demetr:Eloc_279 a fortress to command Attica; and in so doing was he
Diod_34.2 government; similarly in Attica by one thousand slaves;
Diod_36.2 gth bought her for seven Attic talents, and agreed a certa
Diod_36.2a to sell her for seven Attic talents, and a time was arr
DiogLaert_7.18 icular he likened to the Attic tetradrachms, which were
DiogLaert_7.56 it, as for instance, the Attics say thalatta, and the Ioni
DiogLaert_10.23 he himself had Leontion, the Attic courtesan, for his
DionHal:Din_1 rchus: one is one of the Attic orators; one collected the
DionHal:Din_3 F66}, moreover, in his Attic History speaks about the
DionHal:Din_11 itself. 39. The Attic speech: "Of all were they similar
DioscEpigr_7.37 Satyric drama he evolved Attic tragedy - a very exaggerate
DioscEpigr_7.410 still a goat and a basket of Attic figs. Now my juniors
Euseb]:Chron_175 phyes became the first king of Attica. Marathus, for 20
Euseb]:Chron_181 ion caused by the flood, Attica remained without a king
FGrH_252.A killed Octavius; and in Attica Sulla captured Athens: 102
Just_3.7 waste the territories of Attica in violation of their obli
Just_5.9 hyle, a fort on the borders of Attica. Some of the cities
LeonTar_7.455 tomb, clear to all, stands an Attic cup. She laments bene
Macedonicus_ you always come and save the Attic city of Cecrops. Hail
Meleager_7.417 se, and Gadara, which is Attic {in culture}, but lies in
Memn_34 hoinix of corn was sold for 80 Attic [drachmas]. On top
Paean:Delph_1 headland. Behold, Attica with its great city {Athens} is
Paean:Delph_2 ver to the famed land of Attica where the first crops were
Philoch_29 There are two demes in Attica, both with the neuter name
Philoch_46 that the valuation of Attica was 6,000 talents in the
Philoch_53 grant him a passage into Attica reminding them of his help
Philoch_62 Suda_Ph'838 & Phyle, a fort in Attica. [63] & HARPOCRATION
Philoch_117 what the writers of the Attic histories relate about the
Philoch_136 orus say in their histories of Attica. But Thucydides [8.6
Philoch_158 roborated} by the other {local Attic historians. Deinarchu
Philoch_203 name is as follows: in Attica there really is a village
Philoch_206 achidae: a deme of Attica, named after Semachus, who with
Plinius:Ep_2.3 eek, and that the purest Attic; his prefatory remarks are
Plinius:Ep_4.3 hat even Athens has so pure an Attic touch. But why go on?
Plinius:Ep_9.23 sed when an old woman of Attica recognised him with the
Plinius:Ep_9.26 uboea to be a bulwark to Attica on the side of the sea"
Plut:Arat_24 ponnesus, Aratus overran Attica, and passing into Salamis,
Plut:Cleom_23 the helots as could pay five Attic minae for their liber
Plut:Demetr_23 drove Cassander out of Attica, but followed him to Therm
Plut:Demetr_33 ger; but on the coast of Attica he met with a storm, in
Plut:Mor_173 He refused to eat Attic figs that were brought to be sold
Plut:Mor_188 the Macedonians invaded Attica and plundered the seacoast
Plut:Phoc_16 atest distance they could from Attica. This gave Phocion
Plut:Phoc_21 with them from Asia to Attica, a number of the mercenary
Plut:Phoc_26 ia, and was preparing to enter Attica. His first request
Plut:Phoc_37 ain within the bounds of Attica, nor that any Athenian sho
Polyaen_1.19.1 on the border between Attica and Boeotia, the oracle
Polyaen_1.21.1 boea against Pallenis in Attica, fell in with a body of
Polyaen_1.36.1 Lacedaemonians were ravaging Attica. In order to divert
Polyaen_1.36.2 uaintance of Pericles, invaded Attica. Pericles, who was
Polyaen_1.44.1 ory, while Conon and the Attic army, struck with consterna
Polyaen_3.10.1 shortage of money in the Attic camp, Timotheus persuaded
Polyaen_3.11.11 cause they were not showing an Attic flag, and sailed on
Polyaen_4.6.20 almost ripe, Antigonus invaded Attica. The Athenians had
Polyaen_4.7.5 Aegina and Salamis in Attica, he asked the inhabitants
Polyaen_4.11.2 was going to sail away from Attica. When he was about
Polyaen_6.53.1 ormed a plan to plant an Attic colony at that part of the
Poseidon_35 _6.272'e-f & A slave revolt in Attica. [36] [253.K] & Athe
SEG_25.149 (c. 303/2)   eviously] came into [Attica with a naval and infant
SelPap_1.91 eople to buy a cotyla of Attic honey; for I require it
Syll_327 (306/5)   dros] marched against Attica, he came to the aid of
Syll_334 (306/5)   15 talents, 40 drachmae of Attic silver, and . . .
Syll_337 (c. 285-247)   drachmae Eretrians : . . . Attic drachmae, . . .
Syll_657 (155/4)   nasiarchs (with their Attic demes ) from that date
Syll_705 (112)   enate [that when the Attic Artists] brought charges
Teles_57 different terms from an Attic woman, who on hearing [58]
Theodorid_7.722 as a foreigner on the foreign Attic soil. [7.732] & { G-P
THI_100 (c. 200)   s for each day, and an Attic choinix for each perso
THI_39 (235/4)   of the rest of the Attic countryside well and glori
THI_53 (c. 227-224)   either Antigonian or Attic coinage] - for each [of

  Attica 2   Caecilia Attica - daughter of Pomponius Atticus, and wife of Agrippa
Wikipedia entry
37/20 Agrippa marries Caecilia Attica, the daughter of Atticus.

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