Scepsis   - in ancient sources @

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  Scepsis   - a city in Mysia, Asia Minor
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311/26 a letter from Antigonus to Scepsis concerning the recent peace trea
311/27 OGIS_6, a decree of Scepsis granting divine honours to Antigonus.
    Within translations:
Athen_2.44 And Demetrius of Scepsis says that Diocles of Peparethus
Athen_4.155 But Demetrius of Scepsis, in the twelfth book of Trojan
Athen_4.167 inthian, as Demetrius of Scepsis relates, of whom mention
Athen_6.236 belly, as Demetrius of Scepsis says; as also he represen
Athen_10.425 α, as Demetrius of Scepsis tells us, in the twenty-s
Athen_12.552 But Metrodorus of Scepsis, in the second book of his trea
Athen_14.644 lage, which Demetrius of Scepsis, in the twelfth book of
Athen_14.658 cting which Demetrius of Scepsis writes thus in his second
Athen_15.697 For Demetrius of Scepsis, in the tenth book of his Troja
Polyaen_2.6.1 Meidias the tyrant of Scepsis, that if he came out to
SEG_53.1373 (late 3rd century)   kymnos Herakleides of Skepsis, the son of Apollonio
THI_61.D (173-169)   p; (?) Dionysodoros of Skepsis, the son of Apolloni

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