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Stra·bo

 (strā′bō′) 63? bc-ad 24?
Greek geographer and historian whose great work, Geography, is the only extant text describing the peoples known to the Greeks and Romans during the reign of Augustus.
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Strabo

(ˈstreɪbəʊ)
n
(Biography) ?63 bc–?23 ad, Greek geographer and historian, noted for his Geographica
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Stra•bo

(ˈstreɪ boʊ)

n.
63? B.C. – A.D. 21?, Greek geographer.
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Strabo

[ˈstreɪbəʊ] NEstrabón
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