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ZENODO´TIUM

ZENODO´TIUM (Ζηνοδότιον, D. C. 40.12; Steph. B. sub voce a strong castle in the upper part of Mesopotamia, which was held by the Parthians during the war between them and the Romans under Crassus. It is called by Plutarch, Zenodotia (Crass. 100.17). It cannot be identified with any modern site, but it was, probably, not far distant from Edessa.

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