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Sebaste (Greek: Σεβαστή) was a common placename in classical Antiquity. Sebaste was the Greek equivalent (feminine) of the Latin Augusta. Ancient towns by the name sought to honor Augustus or a later Roman emperor.
Places and jurisdictions
- In Asian Turkey
- Sivas, a city in Sivas Province
- as Sebastea or Sebaste di Armenia, a former Metropolitan archbishopric, now a Latin Catholic titular see
- Sebaste (Sivaslı), modern Selçikler, in Sivaslı district, Uşak Province
- as Sebaste in Phrygia, a former bishopric, now a Latin Catholic titular see
- Elaiussa Sebaste near modern Ayas, in Mersin Province
- as Sebaste in Cilicia, a former bishopric, now a titular see
- Sebastia, Nablus, a village in the West Bank, known as Samaria before 30 BCE and Sebaste in Latin
- as Sebaste in Palæstina, now Sebasgtiyeh, a former bishopric, now a Latin titular see
- Sebaste, Antique, a province in the Philippines
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