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(Ἀντίπολις; Antípolis). Harbour town in Gallia Narbonensis, modern Antibes, inhabited from the 10th cent. BC, a colony of Massalia in the territory of the Deciates, opposite of Nicaea (thus its name: Str. 4,1,5; 9. Plin. HN 3,5,34). In 154 BC, A. was harried by the Ligures, and called for Rome to help: Pol. 33,7,2.
Greek and Latin inscriptions: IG XIV, 2424-30; CIL XII 165-246 .
1 A. Chastagnol, Inscr. lat. de Narbonnaise 2, 1992.
J. Clergues, A…