Charax - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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Spasinu - a city at the head of the Persian Gulf
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ing Phraates defeats the Mardi, and settles them at Charax in Media.
Antiochus restores the town of Charax.
The births of Tigranes of Armenia and Tiraeus of Charax.
Hyspausines restores and strengthens the city of Charax.
The death of Hyspausines, king of Charax, aged 85 years.
The death of Tiraeus, king of Charax, aged 92 years.
historian Isidorus of Charax, occupied the throne in
formed in the neighbourhood of Charax by the Eulaeus and the
from Babylon as far as Charax, 175 miles. Some report that
approaches the boundary of Charax, it immediately begins to
side of the town of Charax discharges into the Persian Sea
of Magoa, 15 miles from Charax - though some people locate
not escaped my notice that Charax was the birthplace of Dionysius,
the country as far as Charax was inhabited by the Omani,
now describe the coast from Charax onward, which was first explored
the towns of Heroeum and Charax.
Alexandria near Troy, Alexandria at Susa, Alexandria
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