There was also a town of the same name near the mouth of the Ister, on the euxine sea.
From Egypt to the euxine sea, the bishops were in arms and in motion.
No corn-ships could now reach them from the euxine sea, and few from other quarters.
They were a people living on the north-east coast of the euxine sea.
This is the cause of the remarkable sweetness of the euxine sea, and of the currents which regularly set towards the deepest part.
This river is a considerable stream, which rises in the interior of the country, and flows northward into the euxine sea.
Ovid composed a poem in the harsh dialect spoken by the Getæ who dwelt on the borders of the euxine sea.
He is said by some authorities to have died at Athens, by others on a journey to the euxine sea.
From Thrace they directed their course, without further wanderings, to the euxine sea.
Thrace supplied salted tunnies, the produce of the euxine sea, besides corn.
Sea between Europe and Asia, bordered on the north by Moldova and Ukraine, on the northeast by Russia, on the east by Georgia, on the south by Turkey, and on the west by Bulgaria and Romania. It receives many great rivers, including the Danube, the Dnieper, and by way of the Sea of Azov, the Don.
Note: It is a popular resort area for Russians and eastern Europeans.