Issa   - in ancient sources @

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  Issa   - a town on an island off the coast of Illyria
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  + Issaeans
230/8 The Illyrian town of Issa appeals to Rome for help against Teuta.
229/12 The Romans relieve Issa.
56/11 Envoys from Issa meet Caesar at Aquileia.
    Within translations:
Athen_1.28   by the Persians; and at Issa, which is an island in the
DioCass_fr.49     The island of Issa surrendered itself voluntarily to
DioCass_fr.53   made a campaign against him in Issa. 5. APULEIUS, "Fl
Lucill_11.247   the Tyrrhene Sea, the Gulf of Issa, the Aegean, are runni
Plin:HN_3.152   a town. Twenty-five miles from Issa is the island called Corcyra

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