See also: Apamée (homonymy)
She was successively baptized Pharnaké at fifth century BC, then Pella for the period Greek Macedonian and finally Apamée .
At the time Roman, it included/understood to 500.000 inhabitants and belonged to the Tétrapole with Laodicée, Antioche and Séleucie de Piérie. For the Byzantine period , it became an archbishop's palace. It remains about it today of many vestiges.
- detailed history of Apamée
- Apamée-on-the Oronte, Séleucos to Ayyoubides by Jean-Charles Balty, Professor of history and archeology of ancient civilizations at the university of Paris Iv-Sorbonne.
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