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Antic yr a (Anticirrha), I. a town of Phocis, on a bay of the Corinthiacus sinus, bet. Cirrha and Medeon. Noted for its hellebore. Aspro Spiti. II. of Jiniania, Thes-saly, on Maliacus sin., at the mouth of Sperchius fl. Also noted for its hellebore.
Anticragus m., lofty cliffs of Lycia, on Glaucius sin., x.w. of Telmessus, in some sort the back of Cragus m. Soum-bourlou.
Antigoxe^e fauces, a defile of the Acro-cerauni m., bet. Illyria and Chaonia.
Antigonia, I. prius Sigia, an earlier name of Alexandria Troas, from Antigonus. II. a town of Chaonia, Epirus, w. of Omphalium. Argyro Castro. III. of Crucis, Chalcidice, Maced., N.e. of Com-brea. IV. the early name of Nicsea, Bithynia. V. surnamed Fsaphara, a town of Pelagonia, on Thermaicus sin., near -flSneum prom. VI. of Seleucis, Syria, near Antiochia, whither its inhabitants were removed by Seleucus Nicator.
Antigoxis, a tribe or ward of Attica, named after Antigonus, father of Demetrius Poli-orcetes. Afterwards named Attalis, in honour of king Attalus.
Antilibaxus m., m. of Coele-Syria, parallel E. with Libanus m., and blending with the m. of Trachonitis. Jebel el Gharbi.
Antinoe (Autinoopolis, prius Besa), a town of Heptanomis, on the Nile, bet. Speos-Artemidos and Pesla, nearly opposite Hermopoh's. Enlarged by Hadrian, and re-named by him after his favourite Antinous, drowned here. Sheikh Abadeh.
Antinum (Atina), a town of the Marsi, Sa-binium, on Liris fl., 5 miles s.w. from Angitise. A municip. Citta d'Antina.
Axtiochi solen, a port of the Adulitse, on the Red Sea, CO geog. m. S.e. from Adulis.
Antiochia, I. prius Reblata, a city of Apamene, Syr., cap. of Syria, on both sides of the Orontes, 30 m. from the sea. Founded by Seleucus Nicator, and named after his father; surnamed Epidaphnes, from the neighbouring Daphne; Tetra-polis, from its four quarters; and, later, Theopolis, from its earnest reception of Christianity. By Strabo it is ranked the third city of the world. Antakia; An-tioch. II. ad Cragum, a town of Cilicia Trachea, on Cragus m. Antiochetta. III. Lamotis, capital of Lamotis Regio, Cilicia, at the mouth of Lam us fl. IV. ad Mee-andrum, prius Pythopolis, a city of Caria, bet. Mteander fl. and Orsinus fl., near their junction. Enlarged and re-named by
Antiochus, son of Seleucus. Noted for the fig Triphylla. The birth-place of Dio-trephis the sophist. Jfni-Sher. V. of Pisidia, bet. Apamea Cibotus (69) and Iconium (65). Founded by Antiochus Soter, 250 B.c. A colonia (Colonia Cfie-sarea) of Tiberius. Prominent in the history of St. Paul. Yalobatch. VI. ad Py-ramum, ad Sarum, a town of Cilicia Cam-pestris, bet. Pyramus and Sarus fl., 19 m. E. from Mallus. VII. ad Taumm, a town of Commagene, Syr., under Amanus m., N.w. Bahasna. VIII. of Margiana, i. q. Alexandria. IX. ad Callirrhoen, Mesopotamia, i. q. Edessa. X. of Mesopotamia, i. q. Nisibis. XI. of Susiana, i. q. Charax.
Antiochiana, the s. division of Lycaonia.
Antiochis, I. a tribe or ward of Attica, named after Antiochus, son of Hercules;
II. a district of Syria, about Antioch;
III. of Cilicia, i. q. Lamotis.
Antipatria, a town of Phoebatis, Ulyria, S.e. of Chrysondio.
Axtipatris, prius Kapharsaba, a t. of Samaria, towards the sea, 12 m. N.e. from Joppa. Enlarged by Herod, and named by him Antipatris, in honour of his father. Kaffr Suba.
Antiphellus, a port of Lycia, over againsfe Megiste ins. (6J), S.e. of Phellus. Vathry ; Antifllo.
Antiphiije, a maritime town of Dacia, bet. Arpis and Cremniscus.
Antiphra, I. an isl. of Marmarica, over against Antiphra. II. a maritime town of Marmarica, E. of Catabathmus Major.
ANTjpons, capital of the Deciates, Narbo-nensis II., on the coast bet. Var fl. (10) and Ad Horrea (12). Founded by the Phocseans circa 500 B.c. Antibes.
Antifyb.gos, a port of Marmarica, bet. Scythranius portus and Petrse parvse portus.
Anti&uaria, a town of the Turtetani, Bsetica, bet. Astapa N.vr. and Ilipula Magna N.e. Antiquera.
Antirrhium prom. (Rhium Molycricum, Rhium ^Etolicum), a headland of ^Etolia, at the inner entrance to the Corinthiacus sin., over against Rhium in Arcadia, from, which it is distant 5 stadia, according to Strabo, 7 according to Thucydides, 10 according to Scylax.
Antissa, a town of Lesbos ins., N. of Sigrium prom. The birth-place of Ter-pander. Galas Limneonas.
Antistiana, a town of the Lseetani, Tarra-conensis, N.w. of Carthago vetus.
Antitaurus, a ridge of Taurus m., running