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Ancient literary sources (9)

Aristotle

AMFIPOLIS (Ancient city) SERRES

. . at Amphipolis a man named Cleotimus led the additional settlers that came from Chalcis and on their arrival stirred them up to sedition against the wealthy


Perseus Encyclopedia

Amphipolis

Battle at, expedition of Cleon to.


ARGILOS (Ancient city) SERRES

Argilus

A town west of the Strymon.


DRAVISKOS (Ancient city) SERRES

Drabescus

Town in Thrace (Paus. 1,29,4).


FAGRIS (Ancient city) SERRES

Phagres

Α Pierian fort in Thrace, Xerxes' route past it.


SIRIS (Ancient city) SERRES

Siris

A town in Paeonia, disabled Persians left there by Xerxes.


Strabo

AMFIPOLIS (Ancient city) SERRES

Amphipolis

Then come the Strymon and the inland voyage of twenty stadia to Amphipolis. Amphipolis was founded by the Athenians and is situated in that place which is called Ennea Hodoi


VERGI (Ancient city) SERRES

Berge

If one goes up the Strymon, one comes to Berge; it, too, is situated in the country of the Bisaltae, and is a village about two hundred stadia distant from Amphipolis.


Thucydides

ESSYMI (Ancient city) SERRES

Oesime

Myrcinus, an Edonian town, also came over to him; the Edonian king Pittacus having been killed by the sons of Goaxis and his own wife Brauro; and Galepsus and Oesime, which are Thasian colonies, not long after followed its example.


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