Caspian - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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Sea - an inland sea, to the east of the Black Sea
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Seleucus plans a canal between the Black Sea and Caspian Sea.
with the Albanians, and other nations bordering on the Caspian Sea.
es.  & In the Caspian Sea, they say, there are island
from Cappadocia to the Caspian Sea, stretches over a spa
similar kind comes from the Caspian region. A deep-blue variety is
Gates - a pass through the Caucasus mountains
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thon Media as far as the Caspian gates ; to Philippus Part
the country above the Caspian gates as far as the river
all the nations from the Caspian Gates in the east to the
upper Babylonia to the Caspian Gates He gave India aroun
Mount Caucasus. 40 From the Caspian to the Armenian Gates or
Armenian Gates, in another the Caspian, and in another the Cilician.
many very erroneously call the Caspian Gates an enormous work of
have given the name of Caspian to the pass in Hiberia,
and 20 miles from the Caspian Gates The other towns of
that the distance from the Caspian to the Parthian city of
point of which to the Caspian is given as 1925 miles.
Imavus, and passes through the Caspian Gates the nearest parts of
many peoples and arrive at the Caspian Gates. To those who
We started our trek from the Caspian Gates and from ther
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