Callirhoe

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List of primary texts for a particular Toponym: Callirhoe (Total number of texts [8])
Text no. Text reference Introductory note a b c d e f
[1] Pl., NH V, 72 A description of the Dead Sea. - - - -
[2] Jos., Bell. I, 657 Herod’s last days. - - - - -
[3] Jos., Ant. XVII, 171 Passage parallel to [2]. - - - - -
[4] Ptol. V, 16, 9 (ed. Nobbe); V, 15, 6 (ed. Müller) Description of Palestine. - - - -
[5] Solin., Collectanea rerum memorabilium 35 (ed. Mommsen, p. 154; Stern, GLA II, p. 418, no. 449) A description of Judaea derived from Pliny, in a third-century collection of curiosities in a chorographical framework. - - - - -
[6] Ps. Heg., Hist. I, 45, 9, CSEL 66, p. 124 Passage parallel to [2] - - - - -
[7] Hier., Quaest. Gen. 10, 19, CCSL 72, p. 14 A commentary on Gen. 10:19. - - - - -
[8] Mart. Cap. VI, 679 (ed. Dick and Preaux, p. 338; ed. Willis, p. 241) A distorted paraphrase of Pliny, NH V, 72. - - - - -
List of Inscriptions for a particular Toponym: Callirhoe (Total number of texts [1])
Text no. Text reference Introductory note a b c d e f
[9] MM, no. 10 Inscription about a vignette representing three buildings among palm trees, fro, which water flows into the Dead Sea: a semicircular springhouse, a square reservoir with an apse (a nympheum and twin pools). - - - - -
List of Supplementary texts for a particular Toponym: Callirhoe (Total number of texts [1])
Text no. Text reference Introductory note a b c d e f
[10] Zonaras, Epit. (ed. Dindorf, p. 400) Herod’s last sickness. - - - - -
Bibliography

Archaeology of Jordan I, p. 241; A. Strobel, “Zar’ah (el),” ibidem II, 2, pp. 633-639

Bibliography in Hübner U., “Baaras und Zeus Beelbaros,” Biblische Zeitschrift 39 (1995), p. 252, n. 3

Clamer C., The Hot Springs of Kallirhoe and Baarou, in M. Piccirillo & E. Alliata (eds.), The Madaba Map Centenary, 1897-1997 (1999), pp. 221-225

Hepper & Taylor, PEQ 136 (2004), pp. 35-36

H. Ben-David, The Ancient Road from Callirhoe on the Dead Sea to Machaerus — a Built Wide Road of the Second Temple Period, Eretz-Israel 31 (Ehud Netzer Volume), Jerusalem 2015, pp. 20–29 (Hebrew)