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  Tigris   - a river in Mesopotamia
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317/1 o the east, and crosses the Tigris despite opposition from Seleucus
311/35 The foundation of Seleuceia on the Tigris.
302/6b The foundation of Seleuceia on the Tigris.
234/5 Tigris, the mistress of Pyrrhus II, is murdered by his mother Olymp
220/4 Antiochus crosses the Tigris and advances against Molon.
128/4 arthians fortify Ctesiphon, opposite Seleuceia on the river Tigris
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_12.30 the Euphrates and the Tigris there is a spring which
Athen_13.589 arried her. &# And Tigris of Leucadia was the mistress of
Eupolemus_5 should dig the canals of the Tigris and Euphrates. When
Euseb]:Chron_11 ylonia lies between the rivers Tigris and Euphrates. Wild
Festus:Brev.14 blished above the banks of the Tigris. But Hadrian, who
Festus:Brev.20 ch, situated between the Tigris and Euphrates, is made equ
Festus:Brev.24 encampment beyond the Tigris, he died, having been stru
Festus:Brev.28 the confluence of the Tigris and Euphrates and was hold
Julian:Caes_324 mall province beyond the Tigris which is still governed
Just_42.3 tains of which the river Tigris issues, at first with a
Lucian:Macr_20 enes of Seleuceia on the Tigris, a Stoic philosopher, eigh
Porph:Fr_56 ween the two broad rivers, the Tigris and Euphrates. But
PsCallisth_2.9 here are two rivers, the Tigris and the Euphrates, which
PsCallisth_2.14 rsia and encamped by the river Tigris. And Alexander went
THI_26 (140-124)   d Seleuceia which is on the Tigris. The 16th, the s
THI_61.D (173-169)   amas of Seleukeia on Tigris, the son of Antigonos c

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