Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Europe” in book 1, whiston section 12 of Flavius Josephus, Against Apion:
...e Grecians. The Medes also and the Persians, when they were lords of Asia, became well known to them; and this was especially true of the Persians, who led their armies as far as the other continent [ Europe ]. The Thracians were also known to them by the nearness of their countries, and the Scythians by the means of those that sailed to Pontus; for it was so in general that all maritime nations, and thos...
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