FISI ILIR I TRALLIANEVE.
KY fis i fuqishem ilir Trallianet,Tralles eshte permendur shume here nga shkrimtaret e botes antike.Dalloheshin per aftesite e tyre luftarake dhe shfaqen disa here, ne luften kunder Romes perkrah Maqedonasve dhe ne luften e Romes kunder mbretit maqedonas te Sirise Antiochus 223 BC – 187 BC ata ishin perkrah Romes,permenden se kur Xerxes mbreti pers donte te kalonte drejt Ballkanit iu desh te kalonte ne Trallia prandaj u dergoi dhurata Trallianeve.
Spartanit Agesilaus iu desh te luftonte kunder tyre sepse i duhej te kolonte permes territorit Trallian.1 Agesilaüs followed ‘the very route taken by
the Great King(Xerxes) when he invaded Hellas’ (Xenophon, Hell. iv. 2, 8).
book 31, chapter 35: ... and contented himself with sending forward a detachment of 400 Trallians-an Illyrian
tribe, as we have explained above-and(Titus Livius (Livy), The History of Rome, Book 31)
Henry George Liddell, Robert Scott, A Greek-English Lexicon entry *tra/lleis
: ... .195 H.:— Τραλλιανός , ὁ , a Trallian
, Str. 14.1.42 ,Τράλλεις or Τραλλεῖς , οἱ, Trallians (from Τραλλία in Illyria,
On the Roman side the four legions formed the bulk of the line, to the right of which were the Greek auxiliaries, Achaean and Pergamene, the Roman and Pergamene horse, and a body of missile-shooters, Cretan and Trallian (Illyrian)
. ; App. Syi-. 30. * In Appian, Myndi
Pozicioni gjeografik i teritorit tyre na shfaqet edhe ne ballkan edhe ne Turqine perendimore ashtu sikur edhe shume fise te tjera si Dardanet,Phrygia,Mysia, Ionia.
Advancing some one hundred and twenty stades, he came to Magnesia which was under the government of Tissaphernes; taking this city at the first assault, he then advanced speedily to Tralles in Ionia
.Diodorus Siculus, Library Diod. 14.36.
Tralles,A city in Caria
. Xenophon, Anabasis (ed. Carleton L. Brownson), Book 1, chapter 4
35. The king, fearing the gamble of a decisive battle at this early moment, sent four hundred Tralles —a people of Illyria, as I have elsewhere1 said —and three hundred Cretans..Titus Livius (Livy), The History of Rome, Book 31 Liv. 31 18
book 27, chapter 32: ... men, but they were already engaged with the Aetolians and Trallians-an Illyrian tribe-and as he saw that they..Titus Livius (Livy), The History of Rome, Book 27