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EtymologyEdit

Ancient Greek Βύζας (Búzas)

Proper nounEdit

Byzas

  1. (Ancient Greece) The legendary founder of Byzantium.
    • 2019, Marion Kruse, The Politics of Roman Memory: From the Fall of the Western Empire to the Age of Justinian, University of Pennsylvania Press, →ISBN, page 49:
      Romulus and Byzas are obviously parallel figures not only in their capacity as founders, but also in their genealogies.

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