Nisibis   - in ancient sources @

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  Nisibis   - a city on the border betwee Syria and Assyria
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  + Antiocheia
281/28 lis, Nicephorium, Nicopolis, Nisibis, Pella, Rhagae, and Seleuceia-on
221/31 Antiochus stops for the winter at Antiocheia in Mygdonia.
68/13 Lucullus withdraws to Nisibis, which he starts to besiege.
68/22 Lucullus captures Nisibis.
67/1 dius encourages disaffection in the Roman army stationed at Nisibis.
    Within translations:
Festus:Brev_14   In Mesopotamia, Nisibis was captured by the same Lucull
Festus:Brev_15   itene to Mesopotamia, and took Nisibis, along with the kin
Festus:Brev_27   rinceps. Moreover, Nisibis was thrice besieged by the Pers
Festus:Brev_29   ed, with the result that Nisibis and part of Mesopotamia
Hieron:Chron_1944   esopotamia and capturing Nisibis along with the brother
Oros_6.3   and there stormed and captured Nisibis, a city which was then
Oros_7.31   the Persians the town of Nisibis and a part of Upper
Plin:HN_6.42   Its towns are Alexandria and Antiochia, the native name for which
Plin:HN_6.117   called the Orroei and Mandani, Antioch, which was founded by Nicanor

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