A Manual of Ancient Geography

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Macmillan and Company, 1881 - Geography, Ancient - 309 pages
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Contents

Iberia
55
Albania
56
ASIA MINOR 54 Natural Features
57
Population
58
Cappadocia
60
Pontus
61
The People of the Mountains
62
Greek Colonies
63
Bithynia
64
Older Greek Settlements
65
Phrygia
66
Mysia
68
Troas
69
Southern Mysia
70
Aeolis
71
Lydia Sardes
73
Caria
74
Doris
76
Lycia
77
Pamphylia
79
Lycaonia
80
Cilicia
81
Cyprus
83
Population
86
The REGION OF THE EUPHRATES AND TIGRIS 84 Susiana Kissia
87
Babylonia Chaldaea
88
Babylon
90
Assyria
91
Adiabene
92
Mesopotamia
93
Northeast Mesopotamia
94
Northwest Mesopotamia
95
Natural Features
96
Names and Nations
97
Upper Syria
99
CoeleSyria
100
Phoenicia
102
Palaestina Philistaea
104
The Hill Country of Canaan Palaestina
105
The Israelite Territory
107
Galilaea
107
Samaria
108
Peraea IIO 105 The Borderlands of Palestine and Syria III
111
Collective NamesThe Arabian Desert
112
Arabia Petraea
113
The Coasts of the Arabian Gulf
115
The Southern and Eastern Coasts of Arabia
116
AETHIOPIA ON THE UPPER NILE
126
The Territory of Carthage
132
The Cyclades or Smaller Islands inhabited by Ionians
138
Sikyonia Phliasia
150
CENTRAL HELLAS
161
Boeotia
164
The Boeotian Confederation
166
Phokis
167
Lokris
168
Doris
169
The Attic DemesSalamis
170
Aetolia
171
Akarnania
172
ISLANDS OF THE IONIAN SEA 164 Kephellenian Islands
173
Kerkyra
174
Natural Features
175
Molottis
176
Natural Features
177
Population Divisions
178
States and Cities
179
Ancient NamesMountains
180
Rivers Cultivation
181
Lower Macedonia or Emathia
182
Eastern Macedonia
183
Greek Colonies on the Coast of Eastern Macedonia
184
Greek Colonies in Chalkidike
185
The Sarmatae
197
Greek Cities on the Coast
198
The Tauric Chersonesos
199
The Kingdom of the Bosporos
200
ILLYRIAN COUNTRIES 193 Illyria
201
Southern Illyria
203
Dalmatia Liburnia
204
Pannonia
205
Noricum
207
Vindelicia
208
ITALIA 200 Name
209
Apenninus
211
Secondary Mountains of Italy
212
Climate and Tillage
213
Population
214
Northern Etruria
215
Division of the Country
216
UPPER ITALY 206 Histria
217
The Carni
218
The Valley of the Padus
219
Etrusci in the Padus Region
220
Gallia Cispadana
221
Gallia Transpadana
222
Liguria
223
Latium Vetus
225
Aequi Hernici
226
Volsci
227
Aurunci
228
Samnium
229
Campania
230
Greek Colonies 227 228 229 229 230
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LOWER ITALY 232 Iapygia or Apulia 233 Calabra or Messapia
244
Magna Graecia
245
Lucania 236 Bruttii 244 244 245 247
247
ITALIAN ISLANDS
249
SiciliaNatural Features and early Inhabitants 238 Ionic Colonies
250
Doric Colonies
251
Doric Cities of the Southwest Coast
252
The Carthaginian Province
253
Smaller Islands lying round about Sicily
254
Sardinia
255
Corsica
256
Baetica
259
Lusitania
260
GallaciaAsturia
261
Hispania Tarraconensis
262
The Interior of Hispania Tarranconensis
264
The Balearic Islands
265
Name and Physical Characteristics
266
Population and History
267
Gallia Narbonensis Eastern Coast
269
The Eastern Interior
270
WESTERN AND NORTHERN EUROPE
271
Aquitania
272
Gallia Lugdunensis
273
HISPANIA
275
Germania Superior
276
Germania Inferior
278
Belgium
279
Names and History
281
Roman Towns
282
Natural Features
283
Name Hercynia Keltic Peoples
284
The Peoples of Western Germany
285
The Inguaeones
286
Central and Eastern German or Suevian Peoples
287
The Coasts
290
Osi Gothini Venedae Aestui Scatinavia
291
Population History 256 257
294
The Interior
298

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