Paralus   - in ancient sources @

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  Paralus   - a sacred trireme of the Athenians
Wikipedia entry
Philoch_47 trireme." He means the Paralus, as can be deduced from
Philoch_48 & LEX.CANTAB. & Paralus and Salaminia: they always kept
Phylarch_38 ilippus. [38] & HARPOCRATION & Paralus . . . one of the
Polyaen_1.45.2 riremes, except only the Paralus, which escaped to carry
Polyaen_3.4.3 while he was sailing in the Paralus near Naupactum. He
THI_89 (321-319)   e Athenians sent the Paralos to bring the message

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