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Place Antikyra by J. Fossey — last modified Jun 07, 2018 04:33 PM
Antikyra was a port city located east of Kirrha. Pausanias identifies it with the Homeric Kyparissos.
Place Antipolis by S. Loseby — last modified Jun 07, 2018 07:05 PM
Antipolis (modern Antibes) was founded as a colony from Massilia in the fifth century BC and it emerged as a key trading center. In the late first century BC the city was incorporated into the Roman province of Gallia Narbonensis.
Place Antium by L. Quilici — last modified Jan 08, 2020 12:08 PM
Antium ranked as one of the most important and most powerful centers of Latium and was captured by Rome at the close of the Latin War in the fourth century B.C. Imperial Antium was well known for a number of coastal villas.
Place Apollonia/Sozousa by D.J. Mattingly — last modified Jan 31, 2020 04:07 PM
Apollonia was an ancient city in the Cyrenaica and a port of Cyrene. The city was one of the five cities of the Libyan Pentapolis in Cyrenaica.
Place Asilah by M. Euzennat — last modified May 19, 2013 11:14 PM
An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 28 B3 Asilah
Place Asteria (island) by W.M. Murray — last modified Feb 04, 2019 09:06 AM
An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 54 C5 Asteria Ins.
Place Balanea/Leukas by J.P. Brown — last modified Feb 01, 2016 09:44 AM
Balanea/Leukas was an important Phoenician port.
Place Balarus by I.E.M. Edlund Berry — last modified Dec 17, 2018 10:14 AM
An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 46 unlocated Balarus
Place Barbarikon by M.U. Erdosy — last modified Feb 04, 2017 09:27 AM
Barbarikon was a port city near modern-day Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, that was important in the Hellenistic period in Indian Ocean trade.
Place Bata/Patous by David Braund — last modified May 21, 2013 05:02 PM
Bata/Patous was an ancient Greek colony on the Black Sea.
Place Berenice by D.J. Mattingly — last modified Jun 13, 2016 03:12 PM
The modern city of Benghazi, Libya, began as the Greek colony of Euesperides ca. 525 BC. The city was later renamed Berenice in honor of Berenice of Cyrene, the queen of Ptolemy III Euergetes.
Place Berenice/Berenike by T. Wilfong — last modified Jun 09, 2019 10:12 AM
An ancient port city on the west coast of the Red Sea in modern Egypt.
Place Bosham Harbour by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Jun 13, 2016 10:53 PM
A natural harborage used by Claudian forces during the invasion of Britain and described by Ptolemy.
Place Boukephalos by G. Reger — last modified Jun 07, 2018 07:53 PM
Boukephalos was an ancient port located south of Kenchreai on the Saronic coast of the Corinthia. Wiseman states that it likely corresponds to the modern harbor at Frankolimano on the Bay of Kenchreai.
Place Bouthroton by W.M. Murray — last modified Dec 17, 2019 08:04 PM
Modern Butrint (Butrinti) in Albania, ancient Bouthroton was an ancient Greek and later Roman city located in Epirus. The city became an important bishopric by the sixth century. The site was enrolled as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992 because of its archaeological remains, which date from prehistoric times down through the late Middle Ages.
Place Brundisium/Brentesion by I.E.M. Edlund Berry — last modified May 06, 2020 10:35 AM
A Greek and Roman port, terminus of the Via Appia.
Place Byblos by J.P. Brown — last modified Jun 07, 2018 07:14 PM
Occupied since the Neolithic period, historical Byblos was originally a major Punic center called Gebal.
Place Caieta by N. Purcell — last modified Jan 16, 2019 10:28 PM
Caieta was a town of ancient Latium located on the Tyrrhenian Sea coast between Tarracina and Formiae.
Place Calamina by M.U. Erdosy — last modified Jul 16, 2013 09:26 AM
An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 5 E4 Calamina
Place Cale by E.W. Haley — last modified Jun 07, 2018 04:49 PM
Cale was the site of an ancient city located at the mouth of the Durius fl. The Roman colony Portus Cale was established there in 136 BC.

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