Petra   - in ancient sources @

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  Petra   - the chief city of the Nabataeans in Arabia
Wikipedia entry     ☆ DARE (map)
62/25 Scaurus invades Arabia and attacks Petra.
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_213 A.D.] - Polemon of Petra, stadion race 201st [25 A.D.] -
Joseph:AJ_14.16 him to the city called Petra, where the palace of Aretas
Joseph:AJ_14.80 an expedition against Petra, in Arabia, and set on fire
Joseph:AJ_14.362 ssaries, and went directly for Petra, in Arabia. [363] But
Joseph:BJ_01.125 aped to the place called Petra, which is the royal seat
Joseph:BJ_01.159 difficulty of the places about Petra. However, he laid was
Joseph:BJ_01.267 but he made haste himself to Petra of Arabia. [268] As
POxy_1380 p~isis_hymns.html#6 at the three ways ; at Petra saviour ; at Hypsele most

  Petra 2   - a place near Labraunda, Caria
THI_33 (220)   its territory, and Petra [by] Labraunda, and [all]
THI_35 (c. 240-235)   e fortress of Petra in the territory of Olymos, I s

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