Euxine - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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Sea - ancient name of the Black Sea
+ Black , Pontic , Pontus
Seleucus plans a canal between the Black Sea and Caspian Sea.
ough the Hellespont into the Black Sea, but the Rhodians intervene
ribes on his route round the Black Sea, including Heniochi, Achaei,
ntry on the shore of the Euxine as far as Trapezus (a Gree
eathless valour, & Here in the Euxine sea. He was by birth
who dwell between the Euxine sea & And the Atlantic wav
latis on the West coast of the Black Sea. On stone f
mas, and a jar of salted Pontic fish for four hundred, ski
nations that dwell between the Pontic Sea and the Red Sea.
ave seen the gate of the Euxine Sea and the narrows throug
the right-hand shore of the Euxine Sea. But the Chaldae
cities situated above Pontus: Apollonia,
orts at the mouth of the Euxine Sea, and those places
eotis, and then into the Pontic and Egyptian seas; 20 wher
unded on one side by the Euxine Sea; on the other, by the
they had sailed from the Pontus Euxinus into the Ister,
and the coasts of the Pontic sea, to Lysimachus; Cappad
between two seas, the Pontic [Euxine] sea and the Asian
urned from Syria and the Euxine Sea, and was intending to
-off world (for this foe Pontus is a very short march awayCalathum, Part
hich were coming down from the Euxine Sea. Philippus, when
ple on the inside of the Euxine Sea knew nothing about far
was gone with it towards the Euxine sea. Disturbed at
and the coast of the sea of Pontus as far as Trapezus.
inhabit the coast of the Euxine sea, observed her husband
hen he came to the Euxine sea and made all the nearest cit
and the two Bospori; the Euxine Sea destroyed Pyrrha and
(192) Chersonnesos on the Pontic Sea, stating that the
(c. 175/4) ld [export it] to the Pontic Sea, and there exch
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