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- Charax Spasinu, also called Charax Spasinou, Charax Pasinu, Spasinu Charax (Ancient Gr****: Σπασίνου Χάραξ), Alexandria (Gr****: Ἀλεξάνδρεια) or Antiochia...
- Charax (Χάραξ) may refer to: Charax, alternate name of Acharaca, an ancient oracle site in Lydia, Anatolia Charax, alternate name of Charakipolis, an...
- Charax (Ancient Gr****: Χάραξ, gen.: Χάρακος) is the largest Roman military settlement excavated in the Crimea. It was sited on a four-hectare area at the...
- this genus: Charax apurensis C. A. S. de Lucena, 1987 Charax caudimaculatus C. A. S. de Lucena, 1987 Charax condei Géry & Knöppel, 1976 Charax delimai Menezes...
- Isidore of Charax (/ˈɪzɪˌdɔːr/; Ancient Gr****: Ἰσίδωρος ὁ Χαρακηνός, Isídōros o Charakēnós; Latin: Isidorus Characenus) was a Greco-Roman geographer of...
- Charax (Ancient Gr****: Χάραξ) was a town of ancient Pontus noted by Steph**** of Byzantium. Its site is unlocated. Steph**** of Byzantium. Ethnica. s.v...
- Susiana, later Charax Spasinu, Persian Gulf. Alexandria in Opiania, Ghazni, Afghanistan. Nikephorion, present day Raqqa in Syria. Isidore of Charax, in the Parthian...
- Charax (/xæræks/; Ancient Gr****: Χάραξ) was a Seleucid and Parthian town located in the province of Rhagiana, near the city of Rhaga (present-day Rey)...
- Aulus Claudius Charax was a Roman senator and historian of the second century AD, who held a number of offices in the emperor's service. He served as suffect...
- Taurica, Charax became one of their strongholds. The Romans built a fortress and stationed a sub-unit (vexillatio) of the "Ravenna squadron". Charax was a...
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