Massilia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the Mediterranean coast of Gaul; the modern Marseilles
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honour of Hegesias, who had served as an envoy to Massilia and Rome.
Aemilianus passes through Massilia and other cities, and makes enq
The Massilians intercede on behalf of the Phocaeans.
Massilia appeals for help against the Salluvii, and the senate sends
Sicily, including Ariston of Massilia and Diodorus of Lilybaeum, with
L.Scipio goes into exile at Massilia.
ates with the inhabitants of Massilia, after they refuse to receive
Caesar attacks Massilia, but is unable to capture it quickly.
D.Brutus defeats the inhabitants of Massilia in a naval battle.
Massilia surrenders to Caesar after a long siege.
statement of Charmis of Massilia I learn that the nightin
Celts and the people of Massilia and all those in Liguria
from the country about Massilia; and this is drunk unmix
war; but the people of Massilia became very effeminate,
his Constitution of the Massilians, mentions a similar
man ; even though the Massilians, now under our protection, are
prisoner, the people of Massilia sent ambassadors to
Gaul, built the city of Massilia amidst the Ligurians and
(c. 20) and Brundisium and Tarraco and Ma[ssalia . ] and Antioch near
had survived this battle, the Massilians took it upon themselves to
this treasure under guard to Massilia, a city friendly to the
the Alps rapidly, came to Massilia.
was seized and killed at Massilia.
of all the ships of the Massilians, who were the first
(197-175) s:  Theodoros of Massilia, son of Heronax
[6.7] The Massilians likewise to this day retain
to the city of the Massilians, from whence this digression made
held a ship of the Massilians took hold of the vessel
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