Lampsacus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Mysia, Asia, on the coast of the Hellespont
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+ Lampsacenes , Lampsacenians
and writings of Anaximenes of Lampsacus, and of his pupil Timolaus.
Epicurus starts teaching at Mytilene, and then at Lampsacus.
iated with the leading men of Lampsacus during his stay in the city.
iletas of Cos and Straton of Lampsacus act as tutors of Ptolemy
Lampsacus and Smyrna appeal to Rome against Antiochus.
Syll_591, a decree of Lampsacus in honour of Hegesias, who had served
including Aspendus, Delos, Lampsacus, Myndus, Samos, Sicyon, and
x.Pompeius attacks the officers of Antonius, and captures Lampsacus.
mountain, but guard holy Lampsacus by the shore of the Hel
(Straton) & Straton of Lampsacus, head of the Peripateti
king was Adeimantus of Lampsacus, who having built a tem
too. And Euagon of Lampsacus (as Eurypylus says, and Dicae
hem. And Charon of Lampsacus tells a similar story about
which had been offered by the Lampsacenes. But Pharsalia
ylene, and after that at Lampsacus; and when he had spent
DiogLaert_* 10.22-25 *
Timocrates and Sande, of Lampsacus; who, from the time tha
silaus was encamped near Lampsacus, there came to him some
rived with four ships at Lampsacus, where apparently he
ment with Demetrius near Lampsacus, should start a mutiny
Thucydides, 7.17]  The Lampsacenians. The Lampsace
ith honour, and named the city Lampsacus after her. [See
(late 3rd century) eides Aristokrates of Lampsakos, the son of Skymnos
(c. 306) d by Simalos of Lampsakos: since [Malousios] of Gar
(early 2nd cent.) ktides, Idomeneus of Lampsakos the son of Sphodriad
(62 A.D.) bsp; Parium, Lampsacus, [Abydus,
(c. 304-301) nce Adeimantos of Lampsakos, the son of Andro
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