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Connection Types

connection
legacy and imports only

at
for cultural features at the site of a physical feature or another cultural feature

on
for example, a settlement said to be on a road or river

part of (administrative)
a part of an administrative district or command, like a province or state

part of (regional)
said to be part of a named region

near
near or adjacent to

bounds
forms an edge or border for

succeeds
comes after (at the same general location)

part of (physical/topographic)
for physical/topographic features, e.g., between and peninsula and the island it's a part of

flows into
as for rivers, aqueducts, and connected sources and bodies of water

relocated to
for example, as Klazomenai was relocated from a mainland site to an island in antiquity

same as
used to link a place entry based on ancient testimony only to a place entry with archaeological evidence to indicate possible equivalence

next place in route
reflects a connection from one place to another on the testimony of a written itinerary or similar source

capital of
for example, The capital of Maxima Caesariensis from 296 to 800 CE was London

member of
a member of a union, league, or alliance

part of (analytical)
for modern groupings of places for purposes of scholarly analysis or cultural administration, as in an "archaeological landscape" recognized in the UNESCO World Heritage List

isopoliteia
grant of citizenship rights between Greek states which were to remain independent (as defined by OCD, s.v. "isopoliteia"

sympoliteia
grant of citizenship rights between Greek states that were to be combined to form a single state (as defined by OCD, s.v. "sympoliteia"

material sourced from
for example, stone for the Pont du Gard was quarried at Estel

abuts
for example, the Forum Holitorium abuts the Forum Boarium; Ancona abuts the Hadriaticum Mare

communicates with
for connected structures, regions, areas, and bodies of water where flow direction is inappropriate, undefined, or unknown