Pelusium - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city and fortress in north-east Egypt
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Zen_59012, the valuation at Pelusium of goods imported by Apollonius
Antiochus defeats the Egyptians near Pelusium.
Antiochus captures Pelusium.
Mithridates of Pergamon captures Pelusium.
Octavianus captures Pelusium.
erefore returned back to Pelusium immediately, and recover
ned her younger son from Pelusium, and appointed him to
he advanced as far as Pelusium, but when Ptolemy Phy
ame with great forces to Pelusium, and circumvented Ptolem
hose Jews who were above Pelusium his friends and confeder
ntinue his march through Pelusium, but obliged to stay at
of Syria, and came to Pelusium; and when its inhabitant
haste into the road to Pelusium; and when the stationary
re, and guarded the avenues at Pelusium, to let them pass.
Joseph:BJ_* 01.187-190 *
from the avenues about Pelusium, and was forced to stay
them, and was come to Pelusium, where he could not obta
ucted her also as far as Pelusium, and paid her all the
were to march as far as Pelusium, through a dry country,
Cambyses attacked Pelusium, which guarded the entrance
aeus led Berenice out to Pelusium, and sent with her an
battle in between Pelusium and Mount Casius, the generals
"isthmus" between Pelusium and the Red Sea.
p~isis_hymns.html#6 at Plinthine Hestia; at Pelusium bringer to harbour; in
al, he fled from Egypt through Pelusium. And after travell
oney and sent him away through Pelusium with honours. 
when they came to Pelusium, the people of Memphis met the
who sent out slaves by way of Pelusium along with her
in Alexandria, and a third at Pelusium in Egypt. B
of the donkey-driver at Pelusium in place of the one
(217) on, he moved out from Pelusium and fought with Anti
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