Eleutherna   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Eleutherna   - a city in Crete
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  + Eleuthernaean , Eleuthernaeans
224/6b Inscr_53, a treaty between Antigonus and Eleutherna in Crete.
67/16 Metellus captures Lappa and Eleutherna, and ruthlessly subjugates the
    Within translations:
AnthPal_7.477 you are laid in this tomb at Eleutherna. From no matter
Athen_14.638 his harp was Ametor, the Eleuthernaean, who did so in his
Syll_627 (183)   kians, Hierapytnians, Eleuthernaians, Aptaraians, P
THI_148 (c. 201)   Decree of the Eleuthernaians.   Sinc
THI_53 (c. 227-224)   . . . [the Eleuthernaians shall make] war against
THI_64 (263-236)   bsp;   Pronax of Eleutherna in Crete the son o

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