Pitane - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town in Aeolis, Asia Minor
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+ Pitana , Pitaneans
tlement of a dispute between Pitane and Mytilene by arbitrators from
hridates escapes by sea from Pitane, after Lucullus refuses to cooper
for Cleinareta the bride of Pitana. Already her parents
Dead on his shield to Pitana came Thrasybulus, having
(150-133) dispute, since the Pitaneans also [have chosen t
him in his flight to Pitane, laid siege to that city.
cities in Asia, Elaea, Myrina, Pitane, and Cyme, and in Greece,
from Mysia; the town of Pitane; the river Canaitis.  Canae
larger in public buildings. At Pitana in Asia Minor as also
tain of Artemisa Issoria, near Pitane. At the same time
(311-306) p; : 200 Metrodoros of Pitane, son of Metron
(62 A.D.) sp; Atarnea, Pitane, Elaea, My
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