"This that follows is 'Florismarte of Hyrcania,'" said the barber.
There lay Hyrcania; and several Roman writers speak of the Hyrcanian tigers.
I will therefore call it Caspian, although it is not in Hyrcania.
Alexander came from Hyrcania and Parthia to the land of the Tapurians.
Nesæa987 belongs to Hyrcania, but some writers make it an independent district.
(i) Parthia and Hyrcania, rugged mountainous districts to the north of Media; but abounding in magnificent and fertile vales.
The revolt which now occupied for a time the attention of Mithridates was that of Hyrcania.
Now matters in Hyrcania admitted of arrangement, and he was at liberty to give his main attention to Armenian affairs.
Hyrcania was the country south and south-east of the Caspian Sea.
And it saw the first completed disintegration of the Empire in the successful revolt of Hyrcania—an event of evil portent.
ancient region southeast of the Caspian Sea, from Greek Hyrkania, said to be from an Indo-European *verkana "country of wolves" [Zonn, I., et al., "The Caspian Sea Encyclopedia," 2010]