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Eubulum portus, Taurica Chersonesus,

i. q. Symbol! prom. Euburiates, a mountain tribe of Liguria,

above Genua. Eucarpia, a town of Phrygia Magna, w. of

Synnada, N.e. of Eumenia (30). Noted

for its fine grapes. Eucratidia, a town of Bactria, N.w. of

Bactra. Built by king Eucratides. Eudielos, Boaotia, i. q. Aspledon. Eudierum, a fortress of Perrhsebia, Thes- ,

saly, N.e. of Ascuris palus. Konospoli. I Eudiphus, i. q. Eulepa. Eudixata, a town of Armenia Minor. Eudocia, a town of Pamphylia, near Ter-

messus. Eitdon fl., a P. of Lydia, flowing by Tralles i

into Mseandrns fi. Eudosii, a tribe of Vindili, Germania, N. of

the Semnones. Eudoxia, I. a town of Pontus, s.w. of Co-

mana. II. of the Tolistoboii, Galatia, near

Germa. Eudracixum, a town of the SalasH, Gallia

Transpadana, bet. Hummus Penniims (10)

and Augusta Pretoria (15). Euerces, vide Isaura. Euganei, a primitive race of N.e. Italy, who,

driven from their possessions in Venetia by

the Etruscans, settled w. of Athesis fl.,

- about the lakes Sebinus, Edrus, and Bena- i

-. cus, where they occupied 34 towns, which i

were admitted by Augustus to the rights

of Latin cities. Eugexium, a fortress of the Parthini, II-

lyria, s.w. of Dimallum. Ichin. Eugion fi., a sacred stream of Brnttium,

falling into Metaurus fl. E. of Portus


Eugone, i. q. Itonia in Pontus. Euhippa, an early uamc of Thyatira,

Lydia. (Ulai), fl., Susianse, i. q. Choaspis,

or, according to some geographers, a r. of

Susiana, falling into Cophrates fl. Ku-

ran. \ Eulepa, a town of Cappadocia, bet. Cec- :

sarea (1C) and Armaxata (24). ! Eum.ea, a town of Pontus, on Halys fl., L., i

near Camisa.

Eumenes portus, Arabise, i. q. Orine. Eumenia, a town of Phrygia Magna, on

Glaucus fl., N. of Peltse. Founded by

Eumenes. Ishekle. Eumolfias, the early name of Philippor>olis,


Eun^e, a town of Caria. Eun^a, a town of Cynuria, Argolis. Euonymia, a demus of Attica, of the tribe


j Euonymus ins., Sicily, i. q. Didyme. Eupagium, a town of Acrorea, Elis, N. of


Eupalium (Eupolium), a town of the Locri Ozolse, on the confines of ^tolia, N.e. of Naupactus.

Eupatoria, postea Magnopolis, I. a town of Pontus, at the junction of Lycus fl. with Iris fi., N.w. of Cabira. Founded by Mithridates Eupator, completed by Pompey the Great. Tchenikeh. II. of .Taurica Chersonesus, w. above Chersonesus. Built by Mithridates Eupator. Evpatoria ; Kaslov.

Euphorbium, a town of Phrygia Magna, bet. Synnada (37) and Apamea Cibotus (36), on Orgas fl. Sandokli. Euphraxta, a fortress of the Psvlli, Africse, on Syrtis Major, bet. Putea Nigra and Macomades Psyllorum. In the time of Ptolemy, this was the boundary w. of Cy-renaica.

Euphrates (biblice Pherath), fl., a r. of Asia, rising in Abus m., Armenia, and, after separating Asia Minor from Armenia Major, and Syria from Mesopotamia, fall­ing, combined with the Tigris, after a course of 1147 ni., into Persicussin. There were various artificial canals connecting it with the Tigris about Seleucia and Babylon, " the rivers of Babylon " of the Psalmist. According to Pliny the Euphrates origi­nally fell into Persicus sin. by a natural channel of its own, 7 m., or, according to some writers, 25 m. w. of the Tigris. Eu­phrates; Phrat. Euphratis ins., islets in the Euphrates,

above Phatusa.

Eui'ius lacus, a lake of the Orobii, Gallia Transpadana, s. of Larius lacus. Pieve tVIncino.

Eurt^EA ins., an islet of Campania, in Cu-manus sin., under Pausilypus m. La Gaiola.

Eupolium, a town of the Locri Ozolce, in­land from Erythrae, its port. Euporea, a town of Bisaltia, Macedonia, on Strymon fl., bet. Gazorus (8) and Hera-clea Sintica (17).

Eur-ea, a town of Molossis, on the w. bank of Pambotis lacus, S.e. of Horreum. Jan-nina.

Euranium, a town of Caria. Eureis, I. a r. of Troas. II. a village of

Troas, on Eureis fl., near Scepsis. Euria, a maritime town of Marmarica, bet.

Plynos and Petrte Magnae portus. Euriapa, a town of Sannatia, E. of Corusia.

Rawkagskaia. Euripus, I. the strait dividing Euboea from

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