Labraunda - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Caria, Anatolia
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+ Labranda , Labrandeus , Labraundus
Olympichus, about the sanctuary at Labraunda in Caria.
hilippus to Olympichus and Mylasa, about the sanctuary at Labraunda.
Olympichus to the city of Mylasa, about the sanctuary at Labraunda.
the shrine of Zeus of Labranda* in a spring of transp
town of Stratonicea, Labrayndos, Ceramus, Troezene and
(323-313) sanctuary of Zeus at Labraunda, and the other in th
(c. 220) s in the sanctuary of Zeus [Labraundos]. In his hon
(189-167) tomnos, priest of Zeus Labraundos, was secretary to
(c. 240-235) est of the land also Labraunda, and concerning this
(215/4) Zeus Osogo and Zeus Labraundos; 20 and they have pe
(220) itory, and Petra [by] Labraunda, and [all] the reve
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