Definition of Hellespontine. Meaning of Hellespontine. Synonyms of Hellespontine

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Definition of Hellespontine

Hellespontine
Hellespontine Hel`les*pon"tine, a. Of or pertaining to the Hellespont. --Mitford.

Meaning of Hellespontine from wikipedia

- The ****espontine Sibyl was the priestess presiding over the Apollonian oracle at Dardania. The Sibyl is sometimes referred to as the Trojan Sibyl. The...
- ****espontine Phrygia (Ancient Gr****: Ἑλλησποντιακὴ Φρυγία, romanized: ****ēspontiakē Phrygia) or Lesser Phrygia (Ancient Gr****: μικρᾶ Φρυγία, romanized: mikra...
- names at least three sibyls, the Phrygian, the Erythraean, and the ****espontine. The scholar David S. Potter writes, "In the late fifth century BC it...
- Bithynia after numerous skirmishes and plunderings. Pharnabazus, satrap of ****espontine Phrygia, was involved in helping the Bithynians against these plundering...
- (ruled 413-374 BC) was a Persian soldier and statesman, and Satrap of ****espontine Phrygia. He was the son of Pharnaces II of Phrygia and grandson of Pharnabazus...
- was a Persian general and satrap of ****espontine Phrygia. He was the son of the Persian satrap of ****espontine Phrygia Pharnabazus II, and younger kinsman...
- was a Persian general in the army of Xerxes I, and later satrap of ****espontine Phrygia (now northwest Turkey) under the Achaemenid dynasty, founder...
- The Polyxena sarcophagus is a late 6th century BCE sarcophagus from ****espontine Phrygia, at the beginning of the period when it became a Province of...
- Western Greece are not categorized under a fiscal district the Thracian, ****espontine, Insular, Carian and Ionian phoros of the eastern states; somehow comparable...
- BCE - 422 BCE) ruled the satrapy of ****espontine Phrygia under the Achaemenid Dynasty of Persia. ****espontine Phrygia (Gr****: Ἑλλησποντιακὴ Φρυγία)...
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