Eleutherus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Eleutherus   - a river in Phoenicia, north of Tyre
Wikipedia entry
1Macc_11   far as the river called Eleutherus; then he returned to
1Macc_12   for they had crossed the Eleutherus river. 31 So Jonathan
Joseph:AJ_13.105   far as the river called Eleutherus, he returned again to
Joseph:AJ_13.179   already passed over the river Eleutherus, and were out
Joseph:AJ_15.95   that were within the river Eleutherus, as far as Egypt, excepting
Joseph:BJ_1.361   cities on this side the river Eleutherus, Tyre and Sidon
POxy_1380   Nile, in Tripolis the Eleutherus, in India the Ganges

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