Priene - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the coast of Ionia, Asia Minor
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+ Prieneans , Prienian , Prienians
Hieron, tyrant of Priene, is deposed after ruling for three years.
Syll_282, a decree of Priene in honour of a religious official from
OGIS_11 & 12, a decree of Priene in honour of Lysimachus, and a lette
Lysimachus to Samos, concerning a boundary dispute with Priene.
OGIS_215, three decrees of Priene in honour of Larichus.
OGIS_765, a decree of Priene in honour of Sotas, for bravery against
THI_132, a decree of Priene in honour of the commander of the city's
gement of Rhodian arbitrators in a dispute between Samos and Priene.
RC_63, a letter from Orophernes to Priene.
Ariarathes of Cappadocia attacks Priene.
cree of the senate concerning a dispute between Magnesia and Priene.
Roman senate concerning a border dispute between Samos and Priene.
bore Pittacus and fair Priene Bias, and Miletus Thales,
discovery to Mandrolytus of Priene. The latter, fascinated by
valour." And Myron of Priene, in the second book of his
related also by Myron of Priene, in the second book of his
(c. 285) e [for the people of] Priene and since now he has
(c. 155-154) sieged the city [of Priene and seized] their proper
emigrants from Athens, Naulochum, and Priene. At the part of the
rred from this plan by Bias of Priene. Bias told the king
outrageously towards the Prieneans; in , mentioned
(early 2nd cent.) [the Milesians and] Prieneans [in this manner, as
(c. 297) ree of the citizens from Priene, those in the camp
(190-180) the inhabitants of Priene, the allies of the Mag
(c. 196-192) itration between the Prienians and the Samians.
(190-140) eated [the people] of Priene, it is fitting that wh
(135) e of and against the Prienians concerning the terri
(297) the city and territory of Priene . . . → inscr
(soon after 197) with which the people of Priene and the judge, Herokrates son
(soon after 197) resolved by the people of Priene }, on the proposal] of
wrote to the people of Priene about the games and sacrifices
(62 A.D.) sp; Ephesus, Priene by the mouth of the Maea
Samians when the men of Priene sent to them for aid
invaded his native country of Priene, and all people who were
men than his city of Priene, (for the one still remains,
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