Dead   - in ancient sources @

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  Dead   Sea - an inland sea in Judaea, into which the river Jordan flows
Wikipedia entry
311/14 persuades Antigonus to attempt to extract asphalt from the Dead Sea.
    Within translations:
Joseph:AJ_15.168   and conduct him to Lake Asphaltitis, which is three hundred stades
Joseph:BJ_1.657   which descend into the Lake Asphaltitis and from their sweetness are
Just_36.3   its waters is called the Dead Sea; for it is neither agit
Plin:HN_5.71   that gloomy lake, the Asphaltitis, which ultimately swallows it
Plin:HN_5.72   The only product of the Asphaltitis is bitumen, the Greek word
Plin:HN_5.73   the west side of the Asphaltitis, but out of range of
Plin:HN_7.65   of Judaea called Lake Asphaltites, adheres to everything touching
Plin:HN_35.178   we have said, from the Lake of and the earth being
Poseidon_70   Sorcerers who live near the Dead Sea in Judaea. [71]

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