Hyrcania   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Hyrcania   - a region of the Persian empire, on the coast of the Caspian Sea
Wikipedia entry
  + Hyrcani , Hyrcanian , Hyrcanians
Aelian:NA_7.38 accompany the people of Hyrcania and Magnesia to war, and
Aelian:NA_16.10 nce they are as large as Hyrcanian hounds, and they are
Aelian:NA_16.31 nds as large as those of Hyrcania, and, in particular, tha
Athen_5.201 Indian dogs, and others Hyrcanian and Molossian hounds,
ChronPasc_448 Jews], waged war on the Hyrcani, and was given the name
Diod_34.21 king of Parthia, born in Hyrcania, exceeded all known tyra
ExcBarb_34A parts and the region of Hyrcania for Antigonus to rule
Hieron:Chron_1688 Alexander conquered the Hyrcani and Mardi, and [on his
Hieron:Chron_1893 after waging war against the Hyrcani. He sought an allia
Just_1.6 powerful nation of the Hyrcanians; for to the Medes he
Just_12.3 for new exertions, he subdued Hyrcania and the Mardians.
Just_36.1 terwards sent into Hyrcania, he was treated kindly, and
Just_38.9 ns, having sent him into Hyrcania, not only paid him, with
Just_13.4 hians, Phrataphernes the Hyrcanians, Tleptolemus the Carma
Just_41.1 in the deserts betwixt Hyrcania, the Dahae, the Arei,
Just_41.4 made himself master of Hyrcania, and thus, invested with
Just_41.6 while he himself marched into Hyrcania. On his return
PsCallisth_3.33 and the part next to the Hyrcanian to Phrataphernes, and

  Hyrcania 2   - a fortress in Judaea
DARE (map)
Hieron:Chron_2034 yme, Myrina, Apollonia Dia and Hyrcania. 199.3 . [2035]
Joseph:AJ_13.417 tresses to them, all but Hyrcania, and Alexandreium, and
Joseph:AJ_14.89 vered up the fortresses, Hyrcania and Machaerus, and at
Joseph:BJ_01.167 remaining fortresses, Hyrcania and Machaerus, as he put
Joseph:BJ_1.364 udaea, and having gained Hyrcania, which was a place that

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