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Aigai, also Aigaiai (Ancient Greek: Αἰγαί or Αἰγαῖαι; Latin: Aegae or Aegaeae; Turkish: Nemrutkale or Nemrut Kalesi) was an ancient Greek, later Roman (Ægæ, Aegae), city and bishopric in Aeolis. Aegae is mentioned by both Herodotus and Strabo as being a member of the Aeolian dodecapolis. It was also an important sanctuary of Apollo. Aigai had its brightest period under the Attalid dynasty, which ruled from nearby Pergamon in the 3rd and 2nd century BC.

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  • Aigai (Äolis)
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  • Egas (Eólida)
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  • Aigai, auch Aigaiai (griechisch Αἰγαί, Αἰγαῖαι), lateinisch Aegae, Aegaeae, im Türkischen auch Nemrutkale oder Nemrut Kalesi genannt, ist eine antike Stadt in der historischen Region Äolien. Sie liegt auf dem Bergrücken Gün Dağı beim Dorf Köseler im Landkreis Manisa der türkischen Provinz Manisa, etwa 35 km südlich von Pergamon (Bergama), 20 km östlich von Aliağa.
  • Egas o Egeas (en griego, Αἰγαί, Αἰγαῖαι; en turco, Nemrut Kale) fue una antigua ciudad griega en la región de Eólida, Anatolia. Es citada por Heródoto como una de las primitivas doce ciudades fundadas por los eolios en Asia Menor. Polibio la menciona como una de las ciudades eolias que se aliaron con Atalo I en su campaña del año 218 a. C. contra Aqueo. Estrabón, por su parte, la sitúa en una zona montañosa que hay sobre Cime, Focea y Esmirna, por donde discurre el río Hermo, no lejos de la ciudad de Temno.
  • Aigai, also Aigaiai (Ancient Greek: Αἰγαί or Αἰγαῖαι; Latin: Aegae or Aegaeae; Turkish: Nemrutkale or Nemrut Kalesi) was an ancient Greek, later Roman (Ægæ, Aegae), city and bishopric in Aeolis. Aegae is mentioned by both Herodotus and Strabo as being a member of the Aeolian dodecapolis. It was also an important sanctuary of Apollo. Aigai had its brightest period under the Attalid dynasty, which ruled from nearby Pergamon in the 3rd and 2nd century BC.
  • Il template {{Coord}} ha riscontrato degli errori (istruzioni):Modulo:Wikidata:398: attempt to index field 'wikibase' (a nil value) Aigai o Ege (in greco antico: Αἰγαί o Αἰγαῖαι; in latino Aegae o Aegaeae; in turco Nemrutkale o Nemrut Kalesi) è stata una città antica greca nell'Eolide (Asia Minore), citata da Erodoto e da Strabone come parte della dodecapoli eolia. Fu sede di un importante santuario dedicato ad Apollo. Raggiunse il massimo splendore sotto gli Attalidi di Pergamo nel III e II secolo a.C..
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