Semiramis   - in ancient sources @

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  Semiramis   - an ancient queen of Assyria; the wife of Ninus
Wikipedia entry
AntipSid_7.748 stone mound of Assyrian Semiramis, or what giants, sons
Euseb]:Chron_25 fter that time (he says) Semiramis was ruler of the Assyri
Euseb]:Chron_47 hat Babylon was built by Semiramis, queen of Assyria, and
Euseb]:Chron_* 53-63 * do not mention Ninus or Semiramis." After saying thi
Euseb]:Chron_89 time, Ninus and Semiramis ruled over Assyria and the
Euseb]:Chron_173 reigned at the same time as Semiramis. Apis, for 25 yea
Hieron:Chron_2044 ham and the reign of Ninus and Semiramis, 2,044 years. Fro
Just_1.1 or, and a wife, whose name was Semiramis. [1.2] & & Semir
Just_1.2 iramis. [1.2] & & Semiramis, not daring to entrust the
Just_36.2 the Assyrian kings and queen Semiramis sprung. The name
Plut:Mor_173 bylons. SEMIRAMIS. Semiramis built a monument for herself,
Polyaen_8.26.1 The Lacedaemonian Women [26] Semiramis. Semiramis receiv
PsCallisth_2.7 the Indians, and the palace of Semiramis. For there are
PsCallisth_3.18 his forces to the kingdom of Semiramis. For he was excee

  Semiramis 2   - a previous name of the city of Thyateira
OGIS_211 (c. 281)   y called Pelopeia and Semiramis; Seleukos Nikator c

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