The Hellenistic Settlements in Syria, the Red Sea Basin, and North Africa

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page vi
  • Contents x
  • Preface xiv
  • The Scholarship and the Sources 1
  • A Geographic Overview 21
  • I - Northern Syria 71
  • II - Chalcidice 141
  • III - Cyrrhestice and Commagene 147
  • IV - Phoenicia 199
  • V - Southern Syria 223
  • VI - The Red Sea Basin and Indian Ocean 305
  • VII - Egypt 345
  • VIII - Alexandreia near Egypt 353
  • IX - Cyrenaica 383
  • Appendices 397
  • I - Founders 399
  • II - Settlements Attributed to Alexander in Syria, Phoenicia, and Egypt 403
  • III - Greek and Macedonian Toponyms That Reappear in Syria and Phoenicia 407
  • IV - "Alexandria AD Aegyptum" 409
  • V - Refoundations and New Foundations 424
  • VI - Foundations at or near Major Religious Centers 426
  • VII - Civic Institutions and Offices 427
  • VIII - Ethnics and Toponyms 431
  • Abbreviations 437
  • Select Bibliography 461
  • Index of Ancient Place Names 473
  • Maps 479
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