RHOSUS

RHOSUS
nominatur a Stephano, nec explicatur. Gentile Rhosius, vel Rhoseus, possessivum Rhosicus, ut scopulus Rhosicus, Strabo, l. 14. Rhosum scribit civitatem esse in Issico sinu. Ceterum Rhosicus, vel Rhossicus scopulus, Issico sinui imminet, et Corypheus a Polybio, l. 5. dici videtur, ubi Seleuciam huic scipulo adiacentem describit. Capo Gangir Nigro. Baudrando Rhosus, seu Rhossos, urbs est Syriae, in ora mris Syriaci et Sinus Issici in Pieria; 50. mill. pass. sere a limite Ciliciae, Antiochiam versus.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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