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  Bosporus   (Cimmerian Bosporus) - a Greek state on the east side of the Crimea
Wikipedia entry
  + Bosphorians , Bosphorus , Bosporan , Bospori , Bosporians
311/33 the ruler of the Cimmerian Bosporus, who is succeeded by his son
303/2 umelus increases the power of the kingdom of the Cimmerian Bosporus.
297/18 Bithynia; the start of the local eras of Bithynia and Bosporus.
284/2 G_370, an Athenian decree in honour of Spartocus, king of Bosporus.
283/1 Death of Spartacus III, king of Bosporus.
220/17 Byzantium imposes tolls on shipping passing through the Bosporus.
110/6 defeats the Scythians and gains control of the Cimmerian Bosporus.
109/10 The birth of Asander, king of Bosporus.
83/14 of treason, and prepares to fight against the rebels in Bosporus.
80/12 Mithridates sets up his son Machares as king of Bosporus.
70/14 ance with Machares, the son of Mithridates, who is king of Bosporus.
66/20 escapes from Pompeius and sets off towards the kingdom of Bosporus.
63/65 Pompeius allows Pharnaces to become king of Bosporus.
50/67 consolidates the kingdom of Bosporus, by attacking neighbouring nati
48/27 Pharnaces, king of Bosporus, takes advantage of the Roman civil war
47/43 stablishes Mithridates of Pergamum as tetrarch and king of Bosporus.
47/63 Pharnaces is killed by Asander, who seizes control of Bosporus.
46/50 eated by Asander, while attempting to seize the kingdom of Bosporus.
    Within translations:
Diog_Laert_07.37 also Sphaerus, of the Bosporus; and Cleanthes of Assus,
Diog_Laert_07.177 phaerus, a native of the Bosporus, was, as we have said
Festus:Brev.16 companions, fled to the Bosphorus and when, in desperatio
Festus:Brev.20 ani; received Hiberians, Bosphorians, and Colchians into
FGrH_252.B after bridging the Cimmerian Bosporus: 528 years [513/2
Hieron:Chron_2003 in Ar.] Agrippa conquered the Bosphorus. 191.4 . [2004]
Just_38.7 is, Paphlagonia, and the Bosporus." [38.8] Having thus enc
Lucian:Macr_17 was proclaimed king of Bosporus by the divine Augustus,
Memn_34 sia and the kings of the Bosporus for an alliance, but the
Memn_37 bringing corn from the Bosporus to the Roman army, halte
Polyaen_05.44.1 war on Leucon tyrant of the Bosphorus. In order to acqu
Polyaen_08.55.1 who live a little above the Bosphorus. Hecataeus was
Porph:Fr_41 Bithynia and Heracleia, Bosphorus and some other province
PsCallisth_1.2 eres, Caucones, Dapates, Bosporians, Agri, Zalbi, Chaldaea
Schol:Bob_95 Hellespont and the two Bospori; the Euxine Sea destroyed
SEG_19.504 ish community within the Bosporan kingdom during the r
Syll_424 (256/5 or 254/3)   ector: (?) Isylos of Bosporos, the son of Chryso

  Bosporus 2   - a narrow strait between the Aegean Sea and the Euxine Sea
Wikipedia entry
Phylarch_68 [68] & ETYMOLOGICUM MAGNUM & Bosporus: . . . it was name

  Bosporus 3   - a place (?) near Epidaurus
Isyll_G when the sick boy came from Bosporus. Shining in your

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