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ˈstreɪ boʊStra·bo

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  1. Strabonoun

    (63/64 – ca. 24 ) Ancient Greek geographer and historian from Amaseia in Pontus.

    Etymology: From Στράβων.

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  1. Strabo

    Strabo, was a Greek geographer, philosopher and historian.

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  1. Strabo

    ancient geographer, born at Amasia, in Pontus; flourished in the reign of Augustus, and the early part of that of Tiberius; was a learned man, lived some years in Rome, and travelled much in various countries; wrote a history of 43 books, all lost, and a work on geography, in 17 books, which has come down to us entire all to the 7th; the work is in general not descriptive; it comprehends principally important political events in connection with the countries visited, with a notice of their illustrious men, or whatever seemed to him characteristic in them or was of interest to himself; born about 63 B.C.

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  1. aborts

  2. tabors

  3. boarts

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Strabo in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Strabo in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

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