Antiochia ad Taurum
Antiochia ad Taurum (Ancient Greek: Αντιόχεια του Ταύρου; "Antiochia in the Taurus") was an ancient Hellenistic city in the Taurus Mountains of Cilicia (later Commagene province), Anatolia. Most modern scholars locate Antiochia ad Taurum at or near Gaziantep, Gaziantep Province, Turkey (formerly called Aïntab), although past scholars tried to associate it with Aleppo (formerly Halab), Syria.
Coins were minted at Antiochia ad Taurum.
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Aintab, Gazi Antep in Turkish, about 80 km. North-Northeast from Aleppo and about forty km. from the Syrian-Turkish border, is commonly held to be the site of Antiochia ad Taurum
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