Callinicus   - in ancient sources @

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  Callinicus   - a place in Thessaly; the site of a battle in 171 B.C.
171/14 Perseus defeats the Romans in a cavalry engagement at Callinicus.
    Within translations:
Ennius:Ann_429 Crassus in a cavalry-battle at Callinicus, 171 B.C. : MACR

  Callinicus   - in documents
SEG_32.794 (c. 325)   d the] ‘seven’: since Kallinikos [son of Euxenos ha
SelPap_2.363 ioscorus son of Apollos, Callinicus son of Victor, Apo
SelPap_2.407 2000 drachmae. To Callinicus son of Epimachus and his

Callinicussee Antiochus7

Callinicussee Heracles

Callinicussee Seleucus2

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