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- Tetrapolis (Gr****: Τετράπολις, meaning "four cities") may refer to: Tetrapolis (Attica), a district comprising four cities in ancient Attica, Greece Doric...
- The Doric Tetrapolis (Gr****: Δωρική Τετράπολις) comprised a set of four closely situated cities in the valley of the Pindus River in the region of Doris...
- Seleucid Empire located in northern Syria. It was also known as the Syrian Tetrapolis, on account of its four most important cities, for it had many. These...
- Tetrapolis (Gr****: Τετράπολις) comprised one of the twelve districts into which Attica was divided before the time of Theseus. The district was on a plain...
- Marathon, Probalinthus, Tricorythus, and Oenoe, which originally formed the Tetrapolis, one of the 12 districts into which Attica was divided before the time...
- Antiochus IV Epiphanes (175–164 BC); thenceforth Antioch was known as Tetrapolis. From west to east the whole was about 6 kilometres (4 miles) in diameter...
- newly founded colonies such as Antioch, the other cities of the Syrian tetrapolis, Seleucia (north of Babylon) and Dura-Europos on the Euphrates. These...
- its widest part. In this valley there were four towns forming the Doric tetrapolis, namely, Erineus, Boium, Cytinium, and Pindus, also called Akyphas. Erineus...
- the island. Krani, Sami, Pale and Pronni formed a federation called "tetrapolis". In more recent times the po****tion reached 70,000, in 1896, but declined...
- Heptapolis (meaning seven cities) Doric hexapolis (six) Pentapolis (five) Tetrapolis (four) Tripolis (three) Kropp, Andreas; Mohammad, Qasim (2006). "Dion...