Apollonia

Ancient city of Illyria, near the mouth of the Aous, founded by Corinthians and Corcyreans. It was important as a link between Brundisium and northern Greece, and subsequently as a terminus of the...
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Apollonia

Ancient town of Cyrenaica and harbour of Cyrene, 20 km/12 mi northeast of the latter. It was the birthplace of the Greek geographer and mathematician Eratosthenes. ...
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Apollonia

(from the article `Albania`) From the 8th to the 6th century the Greeks founded a string of colonies on Illyrian soil, two of the most prominent of which were Epidamnus (modern ...
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Apollonia

(from the article `North Africa`) ...of Cyrene elaborated a fairly liberal oligarchy, with a citizen body of 10,000 and two councils. During the 3rd century a federal constitution for ...
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Apollonia

Apollonia is a Greek girl name. The meaning of the name is `Strength` Where is it used? The name Apollonia is mainly used In Ancient Greek.How do they say it elsewhere? Apolline ( In French) Abelone ( In Danish) For the opposite sex use: In Ancient Greek: Apollonios (M) See also In Danish: Lone Also a city of Macedonia between Amphipolis and Thess
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Apollonia

[Mygdonia] For other uses, see Apollonia (disambiguation) Apollonia (Greek: Ἀπολλωνία) was a town of Mygdonia in Macedon, south of Lake Bolbe (Athen. viii. p. 334, e.), and north of the Chalcidian mountains, on the road from Thessalonica to Amphipolis, as we learn from the Acts of the Apostles (xvii. 1) and the Itineraries. (Anton
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Apollonia

[Aetolia] Apollonia (Greek: Ἀπολλωνία) was an ancient town on the frontiers of Aetolia near Naupactus. Livyxxviii. 8. ...
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Apollonia

[Mysia] Apollonia (Greek: Ἀπολλωνία) was an ancient city of Mysia, Anatolia, situated on an eminence east of Pergamum, on the way to Sardis. It seems to have been near the borders of Mysia and Lydia. The editors of the Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World place Apollonia between the modern Turkish towns of Yenice and Duva
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Apollonia

[Athos] Apollonia (Greek: Ἀπολλωνία) was an ancient town in the peninsula of Acte, or Mount Athos in Macedonia, the inhabitants of which were called Macrobii. Plin. iv. 10. s. 17. § 37. == ...
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Apollonia

[Chalcidice] Apollonia (Greek: Ἀπολλωνία) was the ancient chief town of Chalcidice in Macedonia, situated north of Olynthus, and a little south of the Chalcidian mountains. That this Apollonia is a different place from Apollonia in Mygdonia, appears from Xenophon, who describes the Chalcidian Apollonia as distant 10 or 12 miles fr
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Apollonia

[Kavala] For other uses, see Apollonia Apollonia (Greek: Ἀπολλωνία) was an ancient town of Thrace on the cape, tower Pirgos Apollonias on the mainland of Kavala (northern Greece) opposite the island of Thasos, described by the Epitomizer of Strabo (vii.) and by Pomponius Mela (ii. 2) being west of the Nestus, and erroneously by Li
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Apollonia

[South coast of Crete] Apollonia (Greek: Ἀπολλωνία), also called Eleuthera (Greek: Ἐλεύθερα) was an ancient city of Crete, on the south coast, of uncertain location. William Smith states that the philosopher Diogenes Apolloniates was a native of the environs of Apollonia (the Apolloniates), although other scholars claim t
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Apollonia

[North coast of Crete] Apollonia (Greek: Ἀπολλωνία) was an ancient city of Crete, near Cnossus, the inhabitants of which were most treacherously treated by the Cydoniatae, who were their friends and allies. The site is on the coast near Armyro, or perhaps approaching towards Megalo Kastron, at the Ghiófero. The editors of the Bar
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Apollonia

[Sicily] Apollonia (Greek: Ἀπολλωνία) was an ancient city of Sicily, which, according to Stephanus of Byzantium, was situated in the neighborhood of Aluntium and Calacte. Cicero also mentions it (Or. in Verr. iii. 43) and in conjunction with Haluntium, Capitium, and Enguium, in a manner that seems to imply that it was situated in
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Apollonia

Apollonia (ăpulō'nēu) [Gr.,=of Apollo], name of several ancient Greek towns. The most important was a port in Illyria on the Adriatic. It was founded by Corinthians and was later a Greek and a Roman intellectual center. Julius Caesar used it as a base. Octavian (later Augustus)...
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Apollonia

[Illyria] Apollonia (Ἀπολλωνία κατ` Ἐπίδαμνον or Ἀπολλωνία πρὸς Ἐπιδάμνῳ, Apollonia kat` Epidamnon or Apollonia pros Epidamno) was an ancient Greek city in Illyria, located on the right bank of the Aous river (modern-day Vjosë). Its ruins are situated in the Fier region, near the village of P
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Apollonia

Apollonia may be: ==People== ==Places== ==Other== ...
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Apollonia

[Lycia] Apollonia was an ancient city in Lycia. Its ruins are located near Kiliçli, a small village in the Kaş district of Antalya Province, Turkey. ==History== The city isn`t mentioned by any ancient author. The pillar tombs in the necropolis to the north of the city attest to a Lycian origin of the settlement and date to about 500 BC. T
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