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Gambrion is an ancient city near Kınık and Bergama in İzmir province, in the Aegean Region of Turkey. It is on a hill named Hisarlık in Bakırçay (ancient Kaikos) valley and very close to modern town of Poyracık. The name of Gambrion is seen first in the book of Anabasis of Xenophon which gives knowledge about the region in 399 BC. At that time the ruler of the city was Gorgion. There was a star with twelve rays on the electron money of Gambrion.

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  • Gambrio (en griego, Γάμβριον) era una antigua colonia griega de Eólida. Jenofonte relata que las ciudades de Gambrio y Palaigambrio (cuyo significado es «Viejo Gambrio») pertenecían a Gorgión, y fueron entregadas al ejército bajo el mando del espartano Tibrón que, en torno al año 399 a. C., había acudido a la zona para tratar de liberar las colonias griegas del dominio persa. Se conservan monedas de plata y bronce de Gambrio fechadas en el siglo IV a. C. donde el topónimo figura inscrito con la abreviatura ΓΑΜ.
  • Gambrion is an ancient city near Kınık and Bergama in İzmir province, in the Aegean Region of Turkey. It is on a hill named Hisarlık in Bakırçay (ancient Kaikos) valley and very close to modern town of Poyracık. The name of Gambrion is seen first in the book of Anabasis of Xenophon which gives knowledge about the region in 399 BC. At that time the ruler of the city was Gorgion. There was a star with twelve rays on the electron money of Gambrion.
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  • Gambrio (en griego, Γάμβριον) era una antigua colonia griega de Eólida. Jenofonte relata que las ciudades de Gambrio y Palaigambrio (cuyo significado es «Viejo Gambrio») pertenecían a Gorgión, y fueron entregadas al ejército bajo el mando del espartano Tibrón que, en torno al año 399 a. C., había acudido a la zona para tratar de liberar las colonias griegas del dominio persa. Se conservan monedas de plata y bronce de Gambrio fechadas en el siglo IV a. C. donde el topónimo figura inscrito con la abreviatura ΓΑΜ.
  • Gambrion is an ancient city near Kınık and Bergama in İzmir province, in the Aegean Region of Turkey. It is on a hill named Hisarlık in Bakırçay (ancient Kaikos) valley and very close to modern town of Poyracık. The name of Gambrion is seen first in the book of Anabasis of Xenophon which gives knowledge about the region in 399 BC. At that time the ruler of the city was Gorgion. There was a star with twelve rays on the electron money of Gambrion.
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