Panticapaeum meaning

(historical) An important Ancient Greek colony and port in Taurica (Tauric Chersonese), founded by Milesians in the late 7th–early 6th century BC on the site of present-day Kerch.
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Origin of panticapaeum

  • From Ancient Greek Παντικάπαιον (Pantikápaion), from Scythian *Panti-kapa (“fish-path”).

    From Wiktionary