Cydonia   - in ancient sources @

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  Cydonia   - a city on the north coast of Crete
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  + Cydon , Cydonian
227/1b (Syll_535), an Athenian decree in honour of Eumaridas of Cydonia.
210/1b ecree confirming honours previously awarded to Eumaridas of Cydonia.
193/16a Syll_537, an Athenian decree in honour of Charmion of Cydonia.
184/9 tan cities of Cnossus, Gortyn, and Cydonia to settle their disputes.
170/14 The people of Gortyn attack Cydonia.
169/25 The army of Cydonia massacres the inhabitants of Apollonia.
69/13 Metellus defeats Lasthenes and Panares, and besieges Cydonia.
68/9 Metellus captures Cydonia and Cnossus.
    Within translations:
AnthPal_7.275 to Astydamas son of Damis the Cydonian. Ere this he has
Arrian:Fr_9 emained, and set out for Cydonia in Crete, whence he cross
Athen_3.81 saysó & Likening her bosom to Cydonian apples. And Philem
Athen_6.263 recurring festivals in Cydonia, during which no freemen
Athen_13.601 early spring the gold Cydonian apples, & Watered by str
Euseb]:Chron_213 [25 A.D.] - Damasias of Cydonia, stadion race 202nd [29
Nicand:Al_230 famed fruit of the grim Cydon, which Cretan torrents have

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