Tetrapolis   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Tetrapolis   - a district in Attica, Greece
Wikipedia entry
178/1b a decree of Delphi honouring the citizens of Tetrapolis in Attica.
    Within translations:
Callim:Hec_T2   to the inhabitants of the Tetrapolis. After he had mastered it,
Syll_541   (240-210)   ce the citizens of Tetrapolis have sent Kydippo
Syll_711.D1   (106/5) From the Tetrapoleis:

  Tetrapolis 2   - the four cities founded by Seleucus I in Syria
Poseidon_65 Seleucis in Syria, also called Tetrapolis because of its

  Tetrapolis 3   - title of a book by Philochorus
Athen_6.235 unt in his book entitled Tetrapolis [ Fr_73 ], where he

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