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- hecataeus (Ἑκαταῖος) is a gr**** name shared by several historical figures: hecataeus of miletus (born ca. 550 bc), historian hecataeus of cardia (fl. 323
- see hecataeus of miletus for the earlier historian. hecataeus of abdera or of teos (gr****: Ἑκαταῖος), was a gr**** historian and sceptic philosopher who
- for the later historian of this name, see hecataeus of abdera. hecataeus of miletus (/ˌhɛkəˈtiːəs/; gr****: Ἑκαταῖος; c. 550 bc – c. 476 bc), son of hagesandrus
- papilio bridgei ortegae rothschild, 1904 (florida islands) papilio bridgei hecataeus godman & salvin, 1888 (guadalcanal) papilio bridgei tryoni mathew, 1889
- hecataeus is a large lunar crater that lies near the eastern limb of the moon. it is attached to the northern rim of the walled plain humboldt. to the
- scholiast to homer calls them a thracian tribe. meanwhile, pliny the elder, hecataeus of miletus, menecrates[disambiguation needed] of elaea, and palaephatus
- corresponds to the southwestern corner of the republic of macedonia. hecataeus and strabo identified these mountain macedonia kingdoms as of epirote
- of ancient lycia. anciently, it belonged to the rhodians, according to hecataeus, quoted by steph****. but it was not in rhodes, nor was it one of the