Bosporos

Босфор Пролив между Европой и Азией, соединяет Черное и Мраморное моря. Длина 30 км, средняя ширина 2 км; наименьшая глубина на фарватере 20 м. В Босфоре – бухта Золотой Рог. Порт Стамбул (Турция), где Босфор пересечен автомобильным мостом (длина ок. 2.8 км).

Англо-русский словарь географических названий. 2013.

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  • Bosporos —    1) City on the Black Sea (q.v.). Along with Cherson (q.v.), it was an important center of trade where Byzantium (q.v.) traded for furs, leather, and slaves with the barbarian peoples north of the Black Sea. Located on the easternmost… …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

  • БОСПОР КИММЕРИЙСКИЙ — (Bosporos o Kimmerios) греч. название Керченского прол., связанное с именем древних обитателей Сев. Причерноморья киммерийцев …   Советская историческая энциклопедия

  • Pantikapaion — 45.35083333333336.468611111111 Koordinaten: 45° 21′ 3″ N, 36° 28′ 7″ O …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Classical albedo features on Mars — Mars, as seen through a small telescope, showing the patterns of colour known as albedo features. The classical albedo features of Mars are the light and dark features that can be seen on the planet Mars through an Earth based telescope. Before… …   Wikipedia

  • Gepaepyris — (name in Greek: η Γηπαιπυρεως, flourished 1st century) was a Thracian Princess and a Roman Client Queen of the Bosporan Kingdom. Gepaepyris was the first daughter and was among the children of Roman Client Rulers of Thrace, Cotys VIII and Antonia …   Wikipedia

  • Asander (Bosporan King) — This article is about the General and King of the Bosporan Kingdom called Asander. For the Greek Macedonian General of the same name, see Asander. Asander (Greek: o Άσανδρoς, 110 BC – 17 BC) was an aristocrat and a man of high rank of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Tiberius Julius Aspurgus — Tiberius Julius Aspurgus, also known as Aspurgus (flourished 1st century BC 1st century; died AD 38) was a prince and a Roman Client King of the Bosporan Kingdom. The Bosporan Kingdom was the longest surviving known Roman Client Kingdom. Aspurgus …   Wikipedia

  • Tiberius Julius Mithridates — For other Kings with the name Mithridates, see Mithridates. Tiberius Julius Mithridates (Mithridates in Greek: ο ΜιΘριδάτης, flourished 1st century, died in 68) was a Roman Client King of the Bosporan Kingdom. The Bosporan Kingdom was the longest …   Wikipedia

  • Tiberius Julius Cotys I — or Cotys I also known as Kotys I (Cotys in Greek: ο Κότυς, flourished 1st century) was a prince and Roman Client King of the Bosporan Kingdom. The Bosporan Kingdom was the longest surviving known Roman Client Kingdom.Cotys was the second son of… …   Wikipedia

  • Bosporanisches Reich — Antike Griechische Kolonien an der Nordküste des Schwarzen Meeres Das Bosporanische Reich war ein antikes Königreich zu beiden Seiten des kimmerischen Bosporus, das sich im 5. Jahrhundert v. Chr. aus den griechischen Kolonien im nördlichen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Krimgoten — Bügelfibeln und Schnallen germanischen Typs (5. bis 6. Jahrhundert) aus Kertsch, Krim Halbinsel Die Krimgoten waren Nachkommen jenes Teils der Ostgoten, der sich im Jahre 257 n. Chr. am Schwarzen Meer auf der Halbinsel Krim niedergelassen hatten; …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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