The third section is devoted to mural inscriptions from the temple of Apollonis in Cyzicus.
It has its name from Apollonis of Cyzicus (wife of Attalus).
The most beautiful works in the cities in these parts, and particularly those in Cyzicus, are constructed of this stone.
The Semiarians mustered thirty-six under Eleusius of Cyzicus.
Mithradates was forced to retire along the sea-coast till he halted before the strong city of Cyzicus, which he besieged.
As the darkness presently passed away, the Peloponnesian fleet were seen riding out at sea in front of the harbor of Cyzicus.
Here they learnt that Mindarus was in Cyzicus, and that Pharnabazus, with a body of infantry, was with him.
Eudoxus of Cyzicus is said to have held the same course, and to have accomplished the same arduous undertaking.
Yet they knew not whither they were come; neither did any of the men of Cyzicus know the heroes for the darkness.
A representation of this fish appears invariably on the electrum coins of Cyzicus.