Maroneia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Thrace
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and exiles from Aenus and Maroneia, the senate decides to send out
Philippus massacres his opponents at Maroneia.
BD_(2)49, a treaty between Rome and Maroneia.
also was Heracleides of Maroneia, the flatterer of Seuthe
illed. And once at Maroneia, when lie was drinking with
us. And Sotades of Maroneia was very notorious for this
een the Thasians and the Maroneians about Strymē, and
called Parthenion, Phalesina, Maronea formerly called Orthagurea,
Melas Abdera, Samothrace, Maronea, Aenos, Bessica, Thrace,
is compared Athenion of Maronea, and sometimes to the
(c. 167) Rome and the people of Maroneia [and the] people of Ainos
(311-306) bsp; : 300 Kallias of Maroneia, son of Apollonophan
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