Sittacene
Sittacene was an ancient region of Babylonia and Assyria situated about the main city of Sittace. Pliny in his Natural History, Book 6, §§ 205-206, places Sittacene between Chalonitis, Persis and Mes...
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Sambana
Sambana(Greek: Σάμβανα), is an ancient town mentioned by Diodorus Siculus (xvii. 27). William Smith identifies it as the same as the Sabata mentioned by Pliny (vi. 27. § 31). It was situated about two...
Sabata (city)
Sabata or Sabdata (Plin. vi. 27. s. 31), was an ancient town of Sittacene, Assyria, probably the same place as the Σαβαθά (Sabatha)of Zosimus (iii. 23), which that writer describes as 30 stadia from t...
Apamea (Sittacene)
Apamea or Apameia (Greek: Απάμεια) is an ancient Hellenistic city described by Pliny (vi. 31) in Sittacene, which was surrounded by the Tigris. Its precise current location is not known.It received th...
Sittace
Sittace or Sittake or Sittakê (Greek: Σιττάκη, Ptol. vi. 1. § 6; Akkadian Sattagū), was an ancient city, the capital of ancient Sittacene, in Assyria, at the southern end of this province, on the road...
Seleucia (Sittacene)
Seleucia (Greek: Σελεύκεια, also transliterated as Seleuceia, Seleukeia, Seleukheia; formerly Coche or Mahoza, also Veh Ardashir) was an ancient city near the Euphrates river and across the Tigris...
Rachae
Rachae or Rachæ was an ancient town near Ctesiphon, in Sittacene, Assyria. Its precise location is not known but it is in the modern-day borders of Iraq.