Cyzicus

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Cyzicus

(ˈsɪzɪkəs)
n
(Placename) an ancient Greek colony in NW Asia Minor on the S shore of the Sea of Marmara: site of Alcibiades' naval victory over the Peloponnesians (410 bc)

Cyz•i•cus

(ˈsɪz ɪ kəs)

n.
an ancient city in NW Asia Minor, in Mysia, on a peninsula in the Sea of Marmara.
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Burkert, W., Neanthes von Kyzikos uber Platon, Museum Helveticum 57, 2000, 76-80
Kyzikos I 513); Merkelbach & Stauber 2001:49: the third-century date of Crispinus' text is based on the orthography.
One can also visit the Kirazli Monastery, Kyzikos and Daskyleion ancient cities, and Kuscenneti (Bird Paradise) in the vicinity of Balikesir.
Ya Calipo de Kyzikos, discipulo de Eudoxo, juzgo oportuno agregar dos esferas al modelo del Sol y otras dos al de la Luna, y enriquecer los modelos de Mercurio, Venus y Marte con una esfera cada uno.>> (15)