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  Byzantium   - a Greek city on the Thacian Bosporus; the modern Istanbul
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  + Byzantian , Byzantians , Byzantine , Byzantines , Constantinople
301/5 _349 & 350-351, a decree of Byzantium in honour of Antigonus and Dem
283/2 The floruit of the tragedian Homerus of Byzantium.
278/18 of Gauls led by Comontorius forces the Byzantines to pay tribute.
256/11 The birth of Aristophanes of Byzantium.
256/12 The Byzantines defeat the inhabitants of Callatis in a dispute about
251/5 reatens to go to war against Byzantium, but the dispute is settled
240/42 Aristophanes of Byzantium is a pupil of Callimachus and Zenodotus.
220/17 Byzantium imposes tolls on shipping passing through the Bosporus.
220/33 Rhodes declares war on Byzantium.
220/34 Prusias seizes the Asiatic territories of Byzantium.
220/39 Peace between Rhodes and Byzantium.
212/6 rus, the king of the Thracian Gauls, offers assistance to Byzantium.
203/10 The floruit of Aristophanes of Byzantium.
200/24a Syll_580, an Athenian decree in honour of Heris of Byzantium.
194/12 Antiochus protects Byzantium against the Thracians.
190/27 tiochus sends Heracleides of Byzantium to negotiate with the Romans,
179/13 her Polemon of Ilium is a contemporary of Aristophanes of Byzantium.
179/15 The death of Aristophanes of Byzantium, after being accused of planni
147/13 Byzantium loses its liberty as a punishment for supporting Andriscus.
72/15 Mithridates unsuccessfully attacks Perinthus and Byzantium.
58/20 Ptolemy from the island, and to restore some exiles to Byzantium.
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_71   fee, persuades them to come to Byzantium. Then on the next
Aelian:NA_1.38   rival of Aristophanes of Byzantium ** for the love of a
Aelian:NA_2.6   of Ios. A certain Byzantine, Leonidas by name, declares
Aelian:NA_2.50   And Leonidas of Byzantium tells how a man who knew noth
Aelian:NA_3.18   ? [18] & Leonidas of Byzantium asserts that there occu
Aelian:NA_7.32   fortune. And at Byzantium a prize is offered for the
Aelian:NA_7.39   futed by Aristophanes of Byzantium; and I am convinced by
Aelian:NA_7.47   maf;, as Aristophanes of Byzantium testifies; and of leopa
Aelian:NA_8.3   net and were captured at Byzantium, gave their captors mon
Aelian:NA_17.Epilogue   fishing, Metrodorus of Byzantium, or his son Leonidas,
AnthPal_7.169   heifer that stands opposite Byzantium in Chrysopolis.
AntipThes_9.26   century B.C., Moero of Byzantium in the fourth century,
Athen_2.50   native of Catana or of Byzantium,) or by the king Alexan
Athen_5.203   which account the Byzantine poet, who had the name of Par
Athen_5.221   nal poppy as says Parmenon the Byzantian. Have you been
Athen_6.271   Fr_8 ], says that the Byzantines used the Bithynians
Athen_8.350   ly.'" [350] And once, at Byzantium, when a harp-player had
Athen_8.351   led the Man-Corinth; and Byzantium he called the Arm-pit
Athen_10.442   Fr_7 ], says that the Byzantians are so exceedingly fon
Athen_11.490   the poets.   Moero of Byzantium was the first to understand
Athen_11.495   says that the Corinthians, Byzantians, and Cyprians use it
Athen_11.498   And in Homer Aristophanes of Byzantium also writes : "So then,
Athen_12.526   the inhabitants of Byzantium and Chalcedon, the same Theop
Athen_12.536   pride, when staying near Byzantium, dared to put an inscri
Athen_12.548   asure." But Demetrius of Byzantium, in the fourth book of
Athen_12.550   hon the orator, of Byzantium, as Leon, his fellow-citizen,
Athen_13.565   is shaved. And at Byzantium, though there is a penalty
Athen_13.583   events, Aristophanes of Byzantium counted up a hundred
Athen_13.595   her he was Pythen of Catana or Byzantium, or the king hims
Athen_14.633   ere not, as Demetrius of Byzantium tells us in the fourth
Athen_14.638   thus:- "Telenicus the Byzantian, and also Argas, being
Athen_14.659   him; as Aristophanes of Byzantium tells us, in his treati
Cic:DeOr_2.217   well as the Rhodians and Byzantines, but, above all, the people
Euseb]:Chron_35   sent it against the city of Byzantium. He was the first
Just_9.1   could get possession of Byzantium, a noble city and seapo
Just_9.2   broke up the siege of Byzantium, and entered upon a war
Malal_221   pe, he crossed over from Byzantium to the city of Chalcedo
Memn_7   Pontus and to the cities of Byzantium and Chalcedon.
Memn_24   nia with the help of the Byzantines, and from there he wen
Memn_11-15 *   the Gauls came to Byzantium and ransacked most of its ter
Nepos_4.2   at the taking of Byzantium captured several Persian nobles,
Nepos_7.5   these they had stormed, including Byzantium; but of quite as many
Nepos_13.1   over the Olynthians and the Byzantines; he took Samos, and although
NicDam_134   Nicolaus sailed from Amisus to Byzantium, and from there
OGIS_81   (221-205)   le: since Phormion of Byzantion, who is a friend of
Oros_1.2.30   which was formerly called Byzantium, on the north by
Oros_3.13   abandoned the siege of Byzantium, marshalled all his forces,
Oros_6.2   in battle array toward Byzantium; eighty beaked ships were
Oros_7.9   war. Achaia, Lycia, Rhodes, Byzantium, Samos, Thrace, Cilicia, and
Oros_7.28   only city free from idols, Constantinople was raised up within a
Oros_7.34   He entered the city of Constantinople as a victor, and made
Oros_7.42   son-in-law Sabinus fled to Constantinople, but was brought back
Philoch_54   he next laid siege to Byzantium and brought engines of
Philoch_162   in his campaign against Byzantium and Perinthus he strove
Phylarch_7   _10.442'c & The inhabitants of Byzantium are exceedingly
Phylarch_8   6.271'b-c & The inhabitants of Byzantium use the Bithynian
Plin:HN_4.46   which is the town of Byzantium, a free state, formerly called
Plin:HN_4.78   makes it 540 miles from Byzantium to the river Danube and
Plin:HN_5.149   how to choose a site, Byzantium a site so much more
Plin:HN_6.217   Nicomedia, Nicaea, Chalcedon, Byzantium, Lysimachea, the Chersonese,
Plin:HN_7.51   boxer Nicaeus, born at Byzantium, whose mother was the
Plin:HN_35.136   same view. [136] Timomachus of Byzantium in the period of Caesar's
Plinius:Ep_10.43   penditure of the city of Byzantium - which is abnormally
Plinius:Ep_10.44   nditure by the people of Byzantium of those twelve thousan
Plinius:Ep_10.77   send a legionary centurion to Byzantium. Consider, I pray
Plinius:Ep_10.78   tion of the free city of Byzantium, and the fact that so
Plut:Mor_188   were offended with the Byzantines, for refusing to recei
Plut:Mor_848   was sent to assist the Byzantines, when Philippus was
Plut:Mor_851   ple to go as generals to Byzantium; that he at his own cha
Plut:Phoc_14   Chersonesus, Perinthus, and Byzantium. The Athenians
Polyaen_1.34.2   captives from Sestus and Byzantium, was, at the request
Polyaen_1.47.2   was vigorously besieging Byzantium, struck Anaxilas and
Polyaen_2.2.6   complete his retreat to Byzantium, and encamped near the
Polyaen_2.2.7   fter the revolt of Byzantium, Clearchus, although he had
Polyaen_2.24.1   venture to join Iphicrates at Byzantium. He gave orders
Polyaen_4.6.8   against the enemy. Byzantium, which was then in alliance
Polyaen_5.44.1   ispatched Archibiades of Byzantium on a trireme, as his
Polyaen_6.25.1   Chalcedonians and Byzantines, who were at war with each
POxy_1241   phanes son of Apelles of Byzantium, then Apollonius of Ale
SEG_47.1125   (90/89)   from (?) [Me]nios of Byzantion, and they were unabl
SelPap_2.363   Rome of Flavius Constantinus {Constantinople}. The un
Syll_350   (302)   people of Byzantion honours king Anti
Syll_351   (302)   people of Byzantion honours king Deme
Syll_424   (256/5 or 254/3)   Pheidas ; Ainesidemos of Byzantion, [the son of .
Syll_645   (c. 172)   xenoi. [B] Decree of the Byzantines. &the interests
Syll_707   (270-220)   omelos, who was sent to Byzantion with instructions
THI_215   itories of Chalcedon and Byzantium within [these bor
Vit:Arat_1   Hegesianax, 10 Aristophanes of Byzantium and many others.
Vit:Lycoph_1   son of Andromachus, from Byzantium, a tragedian who wrote
Vit:Theoc_2   son of Andromachus, from Byzantium, a tragedian who wrote

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