Melas   - in ancient sources @

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  Melas   (Gulf of Melas) - an inlet to the west of the Thracian Chersonese
Wikipedia entry
42/14 Brutus and Cassius review their army by the Gulf of Melas.
    Within translations:
Plin:HN_6.217   Lysimachea, the Chersonese, the Gulf of Melas Abdera, Samothrace,
StephByz_70   ith India. On the Black Gulf { Melas Kolpos }. In Sogdiana

  Melas   - in documents
PCairZen_59019 But I went to see Melas and declared myself ready to be
PLond_1948 aitanōta and taking Melas with me, I visited the plan
SelPap_1.157 Melas . . . to Sarapion
SelPap_1.185 (Late 2nd cent.)   Pet . . . Petesouchus son of Melas, Chaeremon son o
SelPap_1.38 ent by Harmirumius also called Melas son of Horus. The
SelPap_1.63 oan of 1920 drachmae. Aurelius Melas son of . . . an
SelPap_2.255 eras son of Orsenouphis, Melas son of Hergeus, and Her
SelPap_2.289 sis, Aeis son of Kannes, Melas son of Areus, all of
Syll_322 llion Asklepiades son of Melas Mnesitheos son of Hiero
Syll_492 (c. 263)   Phaselis, the son of Melas Asklepiades of Samos,
THI_34 (189-167)   hat Hekataios son of Melas son of Hypsikles, of the

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