Phocaea   - in ancient sources @

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  Phocaea   - a city on the coast of Ionia, Asia Minor
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  + Phocaean , Phocaeans
197/25 ochus defeats Rhodes, Samos, Colophon and Phocaea in a naval battle.
129/25 The Massilians intercede on behalf of the Phocaeans.
    Within translations:
[Longin]:Subl_22   the speech of Dionysius, the Phocaean, in Herodotus. ** "Indeed our
AnthPal_7.735   DAMAGETUS & { H 10 } & Phocaea, glorious city, these wer
Athen_6.257   ept moving up and down a Phocaean fan, so as to please him
Athen_13.576   riting as follows:- "The Phocaeans in Ionia, having consul
Athen_13.605   ιο&) of the Phocaeans, and a golden crown of
Euseb]:Chron_225   ans - for [..] years The Phocaeans - for 44 years The Sami
Just_37.1   ome to intercede for the Phocaeans their friends, whose
Just_43.3   Tarquinius, a company of Phocaeans from Asia, sailing up
Plin:HN_3.34   founded by the Greeks of Phocaea and now a confederate city,
Plin:HN_3.72   of Parthenius, founded by the Phocaeans, the Bay of Vibo, the
Plin:HN_5.119   was formerly an island, and Phocaea, the frontier town of Ionia.
Plin:HN_5.121   the Hellespont. Here after passing Phocaea we come to Port Ascanius,
Polyaen_2.1.16   16 & Agesilaus besieged Phocaea for a long time, without
Polyaen_8.37.1   Lampsace. The Phocaeans under the command of Phoxus
Porph:Fr_47   tured Rhodes, Samos, Colophon, Phocaea, and many other isl
PsCallisth_1.19   an, the sixth Pierus the Phocaean, the seventh Lacon the
THI_44   (c. 315-307)   {1, B, 1} &Decree of the Phokaian villagers . . .
THI_215   (62 A.D.)   ; Cyme,   Phocaea,   Erythrae,   Smy

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