Atropatene



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Historical Examples

The eastern parts are contiguous to the Greater Media, and to Atropatene.
The Geography of Strabo, Volume II (of 3) Strabo

The Araxes, after running to the east as far as Atropatene, makes a bend towards the west and north.
The Geography of Strabo, Volume II (of 3) Strabo

Atropatene is the elevated plain which spreads round the lake which Ptolemy calls the Matienian lake (now Urumiah).
The History of Antiquity Max Duncker

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