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  Euxine   Sea - ancient name of the Black Sea
  + Black , Pontic , Pontus
281/31 Seleucus plans a canal between the Black Sea and Caspian Sea.
180/18 ough the Hellespont into the Black Sea, but the Rhodians intervene
65/8 ribes on his route round the Black Sea, including Heniochi, Achaei,
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_4.9   thdraw for choice to the Black Sea, for it contains cavern
Aelian:NA_6.40   is a merit in the mice of the Black Sea. But Hippon, **
Aelian:NA_7.24   down strongly from the Euxine, the crabs wish to force
Aelian:NA_9.42   when issuing from the Euxine they swim along the opposi
Aelian:NA_9.59   the reason why the Euxine abounds in such a quantity of
Aelian:NA_10.6   Spanish Mackerel of the Euxine imitate the Persian King
Aelian:NA_14.23   her pour their waters into the Euxine. And in that place
Aelian:NA_14.25   those who live by the Black Sea in the lower part and
Aelian:NA_15.3-6 *   fiercest, they set out for the Euxine. And if the waves
Aelian:NA_17.10   of stags. In the Euxine there are neither cephalopod mol
AnthPal_7.497   ian strand, some island of the Black Sea holds him. There
AntipThes_7.625   the navigation of the Black Sea, & died in port, falli
Arrian:Fr_1   ntry on the shore of the Euxine as far as Trapezus (a Gree
Athen_12.523   all the country about the Euxine Sea with beautiful cities. And
Athen_12.536   eathless valour, & Here in the Euxine sea. He was by birth
Athen_13.600   who dwell between the Euxine sea & And the Atlantic wav
Cic:DeOr_1.174   of the Argonauts in the Euxine Sea.
Cic:Rep_3.15   on the shores of the Euxine, the Egyptian king Busiris, **
Cic:Tusc_1.45   seen the mouth of the Pontus, and those straits which were
Cic:Tusc_1.94   part of Europe into the Pontus, whose life consists but of
CIL_1.2676   latis on the West coast of the Black Sea. On stone f
Diod_37.3   mas, and a jar of salted Pontic fish for four hundred, ski
Diod_40.4   nations that dwell between the Pontic Sea and the Red Sea.
Ennius:Ann_546   ave seen the gate of the Euxine Sea and the narrows throug
Euseb]:Chron_41   the right-hand shore of the Euxine Sea. But the Chaldae
Festus:Brev_9   cities situated above Pontus: Apollonia,
Just_2.1   eotis, and then into the Pontic and Egyptian seas; 20 wher
Just_2.2   unded on one side by the Euxine Sea; on the other, by the
Just_13.4   and the coasts of the Pontic sea, to Lysimachus; Cappad
Just_32.3   they had sailed from the Pontus Euxinus into the Ister,
Malal_221   between two seas, the Pontic [Euxine] sea and the Asian
NicDam_127.14   urned from Syria and the Euxine Sea, and was intending to
Ovid:Cons_377   -off world (for this foe Pontus is a very short march awayCalathum, Part
Philoch_162   hich were coming down from the Euxine Sea. Philippus, when
Phylarch_68   ple on the inside of the Euxine Sea knew nothing about far
Plut:Demetr_4   was gone with it towards the Euxine sea. Disturbed at
Plut:Eum_3   and the coast of the sea of Pontus as far as Trapezus.
Polyaen_8.56.1   inhabit the coast of the Euxine sea, observed her husband
PsCallisth_1.44   hen he came to the Euxine sea and made all the nearest cit
Schol:Bob_95   and the two Bospori; the Euxine Sea destroyed Pyrrha and
SEG_47.1125   (90/89)   s of the west coast of the Black Sea {Eutropius, 6.
Simonid_7.510   overtook you wandering on the Euxine sea. You were cheate
Syll_604   (192)   Chersonnesos on the Pontic Sea, stating that the
Syll_640   (c. 175/4)   ld [export it] to the Pontic Sea, and there exch
THI_215   orts at the mouth of the Euxine Sea, and those places
ValMax_2.7e.2   opened the straits of the Pontic sea, it delivered up the
ValMax_4.6e.3   or the recesses of the Pontic Sea? Lacedaemon, the most splendid


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