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  Euphrates   - one of the rivers of Mesopotamia
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323/12 explores and repairs the Pallocapas canal near the river Euphrates.
210/15 (?) Antiochus crosses the Euphrates.
94/3a lonian chronicle which mentions digging work by the river Euphrates.
94/7 Parthian envoy, by the river Euphrates, and a magus foretells his fut
69/2 Lucullus crosses the Euphrates at Tomisa, and invades Armenia.
69/17 Tigranes, after being imprisoned at Seleuceia on the Euphrates.
53/13 Crassus ignores adverse omens as he crosses the river Euphrates.
    Within translations:
1Macc_3   king's affairs from the river Euphrates to the borders
Aelian:NA_9.29   what respect the Euphrates, which flows between Parthia
Aelian:NA_12.30   that lies between the Euphrates and the Tigris there
AntipThes_9.297   B.C.} Go forth to the Euphrates, son of Zeus ; already
DioscEpigr_7.162   { G-P 28 } & Burn not Euphrates, & Philonymus, nor def
Eupolemus_2   live beside the river Euphrates, and Commagene, and the
Eupolemus_5   the canals of the Tigris and Euphrates. When Nebuchadnez
Euseb]:Chron_11   between the rivers Tigris and Euphrates. Wild wheat, barl
Euseb]:Chron_35   of Tarsus, just as the Euphrates flows through the middl
Euseb]:Chron_37   Narmalacis, a branch of the Euphrates, [(?) and the Acr
Festus:Brev_14   volition and wanted the Euphrates to be a median between
Festus:Brev_17   on. He crossed the Euphrates at Zeugma, and, having been
Festus:Brev_20   between the Tigris and Euphrates, is made equal to Egypt
Festus:Brev_28   and sailed through the Euphrates a fleet furnished with
Joseph:AJ_12.295   reaching from the river Euphrates, and committed to him
Joseph:AJ_12.297   enth year he passed over Euphrates, and went to the superi
Joseph:AJ_14.79   ria, as far as the river Euphrates and Egypt, to Scaurus,
Joseph:AJ_14.98   had already passed over Euphrates, he changed his mind,
Joseph:AJ_14.122   his camp, and marched to Euphrates, to meet those that wer
Joseph:AJ_14.439   Samosata, a place upon Euphrates) with his troops, both
Joseph:AJ_15.15   dwelt as far as the Euphrates; which respect was very much
Joseph:AJ_15.39   been carried captive beyond the Euphrates; for there were not a
Joseph:AJ_15.96   Armenia as far as the Euphrates, she returned back, and came
Joseph:AJ_15.178   He also came over the Euphrates, and left those who greatly
Joseph:AJ_20.245   Parthians, passed over Euphrates, and fought with Hyrcan
Joseph:BJ_1.5   nation which were beyond Euphrates would have raised an
Joseph:BJ_1.6   ose of our nation beyond Euphrates, with the Adiabeni, by
Joseph:BJ_1.157   ries as far as Egypt and Euphrates, he committed to Scauru
Joseph:BJ_1.175   om, upon his return from Euphrates, he brought back into
Joseph:BJ_1.179   when he had passed over Euphrates, he perished himself,
Joseph:BJ_1.182   quiet, he returned to Euphrates, in order to prevent
Joseph:BJ_1.321   a strong city near to Euphrates, he made the greater
Joseph:BJ_1.362   the Parthians as far as Euphrates, she came by Apameia
Joseph:BJ_1.433   his own country beyond Euphrates were desirous he would
Julian:Caes_326   herself, the Danube and the Euphrates. Then after conqu
Just_11.12   even as far as the river Euphrates, another of his daughte
Just_12.13   the other side of the Euphrates, that had been for some
Just_41.6   Mount Caucasus to the river Euphrates. Being then take
Just_42.3   ceived into the marshes of the Euphrates. [42.4] Mithridat
Memn_38   ctedly crossed the river Euphrates and brought his army
Nicand:Al_240   heir fields by the river Euphrates smear their brazen arro
Obseq_64   M. Crassus had crossed the Euphrates after he had set out
OGIS_54   (c. 246)   try this side of the Euphrates and of Cilicia and P
Oros_1.2   land that extends from the Euphrates River on the east to
Oros_1.2.30   other two ranges. 38 The Euphrates River, however, proves that this
Oros_2.6   second in size after the Euphrates, blocked his attack. 3 Now
Oros_6.3   Lucullus crossed the Euphrates and Tigris, encountered
Oros_6.4   between the two rivers, the Euphrates and the Araxes, which rise
Oros_6.13   as he had crossed the Euphrates, he met Vageses, who had
Oros_7.12   of the districts beyond the Euphrates and the Tigris; and he
Oros_7.19   far from Circessus on the Euphrates.
PHaun_6   υ . Euphrates [15] & ο& κ
Plin:HN_5.66   as Mesopotamia between the Euphrates and the Tigris, the
Plin:HN_5.67   Pieria to Zeugma on the Euphrates 175 miles. Those who divide
Plin:HN_5.89   town of Philiscum on the Euphrates; from Philiscum to Seleucia is
Plin:HN_5.90   594 miles from Zeugma, the Euphrates divides round the village of
Plin:HN_5.82-86 *   mentioned, Seleucia on the Euphrates and Seleucia on Belus;
Plin:HN_6.8   far from the Euphrates, Diocaesarea, Tyana, Castabala,
Plin:HN_6.25   have said, by the river Euphrates and, when the Euphrates turns
Plin:HN_6.26   the same mountains as the Euphrates, at a distance of six
Plin:HN_6.99   channels; the mouth of the Euphrates; a lake formed in the
Plin:HN_6.109   by the marshes of the Euphrates is a voyage of 1700
Plin:HN_6.116   these races and by the Euphrates; of the remaining kingdoms we
Plin:HN_6.119-130 *   the neighbourhood of the Euphrates is Nicephorion, mentioned above;
Plin:HN_6.137   Tigris on the east, the Euphrates on the west, Mount Taurus
Plin:HN_6.145-147 *   below the confluence of the Euphrates and the Tigris; the left
Plin:HN_6.159   a river through which the Euphrates is believed to discharge itself,
Plin:HN_8.229   about the banks of the Euphrates do not touch Syrians when
Plin:HN_34.150   called Zeugma on the river Euphrates there is an iron chain
Plin:HN_37.185   which is found in the Euphrates, is like the marble from
Plut:Demetr_7   unguarded, suddenly passed the Euphrates, and fell upon
Plut:Mor_204   him requesting that the river Euphrates might be his boun
Polyaen_7.6.5   ntended to turn away the river Euphrates, which ran throug
Polyaen_7.6.8   hem; he turned the river Euphrates, whose natural course
Polyaen_7.21.3   crossed the river Euphrates, to make war on the great kin
Porph:Fr_43   gions on the other side of the Euphrates, and almost the
Porph:Fr_56   broad rivers, the Tigris and Euphrates. But when he reac
PsCallisth_1.42   a great army near the Euphrates river and the barbarian
PsCallisth_2.9   untain ravines, he came to the Euphrates river. This (?)
PsCallisth_2.11   assigned to go from the Euphrates river to Antioch, to
PsCallisth_2.21   the ford of the Euphrates river and the beginning of
PsCallisth_2.23   klat' is and the source of the Euphrates. There Darius fel
PsCallisth_3.32   towards the river called Euphrates, which flows through
Sall:Hist_4.60   barzanes up to the river Euphrates, where it forms the bor
Schol:Bob_92   ong, when he crossed the Euphrates in his desire to loot

  Euphrates 2   - Stoic philosopher, late 1st century A.D.
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Plinius:Ep_1.10 ortunity - I complain to Euphrates about these uncongenial


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