Teucrian, tū′kri-an, adj. relating to the ancient Trojans (Teucri) or to the Troad.
It was the capital of a large and fertile district, known as the Troad.
Ida was the mountain in the Troad whence the wood for the fleet was taken.
Ska man' dros, or Scamander—a river of the Troad or plains of Troy.
Mind you visit Ephesus and the Troad, and let me hear from you when you please.
Sim' o is—a river in the Troad, and a branch of the Scamander.
According to Homer, the commencement of the Troad is at the places on the Propontis, reckoning it from the Æsepus.
The greater part of the book is occupied with a dissertation on the Troad.
Sigeum is the name of the promontory which juts out into the Hellespont from the Troad.
Went to Greece and the Troad to make up his mind about the topography of the Iliad.