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- Hecataeus (Ἑκαταῖος) is a Gr**** name shared by several historical figures: Hecataeus of Miletus (born c. 550 BC), historian Hecataeus of Cardia (fl. 323...
- See Hecataeus of Miletus for the earlier historian. Hecataeus of Abdera or of Teos (Gr****: Ἑκαταῖος ὁ Ἀβδηρίτης), was a Gr**** historian and sceptic philosopher...
- portal Wiesehöfer, Joseph (2003). "Hecataeus of Miletus". Encyclopedia Iranica (Online ed.).  Lendering, Jona. "Hecataeus of Miletus". livius.org.  Chisholm...
- the walled plain. Hecataeus is a worn and eroded walled plain with wide inner walls. Its northern part overlies half of Hecataeus K, a fairly substantial...
- Papilio bridgei ortegae Rothschild, 1904 (Florida Islands) Papilio bridgei hecataeus Godman & Salvin, 1888 (Guadalcanal) Papilio bridgei tryoni Mathew, 1889...
- ritual. The Crobizi were a subgroup of the Getae tribes. Already known to Hecataeus they are grouped by Herodotus with Thracians" Dacia: Landscape, Colonization...
- Polyaenus: Tirgatao of Maeotis married Hecataeus, king of the Sindi, a people who live a little above the Bosphorus. Hecataeus was expelled from his kingdom,...
- Aristarchus of Samothrace Aristophanes of Byzantium Dionysius Thrax Thucydides Hecataeus of Abdera Steph**** of Byzantium Hieronymus of Cardia Bion of Abdera...
- dialect (of which the Dexaroi were a part). The 6th century BC geographer Hecataeus of Miletus described the Dexaroi, the most northern tribe of the Chaonians...
- Hekataios (Gr****: Ἑκαταίος) or Hecataeus was the king of the Sindians throughout the reign of both Satyros I and Leukon I, rulers of the Bosporan Kingdom...