). A town in the Tauric Chersonesus, situated
on a hill on the Cimmerian Bosporus, was founded by the Milesians about B.C. 541, and became
the residence of the Greek kings of the Bosporus, and was hence itself sometimes called Bospŏrus
Aed. iii. 7
). A number of interesting remains of Greek art are found
here, and preserved in the museum at St. Petersburg. See the Comtes Rendus de la
Commission Archéologique de St. Pétersbourg.