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Cebrene – also spelled Kebrene or Kevrin, and for a time called Alexandria (Greek: Αλεξάνδρεια) and Antiochia in Troad (Greek: Αντιόχεια της Τρωάδας) – was an ancient city in the Troad, a region of northwest Anatolia. The ruins of the city are situated on the Simois river, a left tributary of the Scamander (now the Karamenderes) river, approximately 10 km south of Bayramiç in Canakkale Province, in the Asian part of Turkey. Cebrene was also the name of a river which flows into the Simois at Cebrene.[1] Cebrene is named either for the river god Cebren or for the charioteer of Trojan War hero Hector.[1] The city was renamed Alexandria in honor of the conqueror in approximately 300 BC. After the death of Antigonus in 281 BC, the city was taken by Antiochus I who renamed the city for himself. The city and its surrounding region, called Cebrenia, appear in Strabo's Geography (Book XIII, ch. 33). Strabo reports that the inhabitants of Cebrene (the Cebreni) and those of nearby Scepsis were rivals, but that both cities' populations were transferred to Antigonia (later Alexandria Troas) on the coast. References ^ a b http://www.ancientlibrary.com/gazetteer/0102.html External links Stabo Book XIII at Perseus Project v • d • e Ancient settlements in Turkey Aegospotami  • Aegae  • Alabanda  • Alaca Höyük  • Alalakh  • Alexandria Troas  • Alinda  • Alişar  • Allianoi  • Altıntepe  • Amorium  • Amyzon  • Anazarbus  • Ani  • Antigonia  • Antioch on the Orontes  • Antioch on the Maeander  • Antioch in Pisidia  • Antioch in the Taurus  • Antiochia Lamotis  • Antioch on the Cragus  • Antioch on the Pyramis  • Antioch in Mesopotamia  • Apamea on the Euphrates  • Apamea in Phrygia  • Apamea Myrlea  • Aphrodisias  • Apollonia in Mysia  • Apollonia on the Rhyndax  • Apros  • Ariassos  • Arsinoe  • Arycanda  • Aspendos  • Assos  • Atarneus  • Beycesultan  • Cardia  • Carchemish • Çatalhöyük  • Çayönü  • Cebrene  • Celaenae  • Ceramus  • Chalcedon  • Cius  • Colophon  • Comana in Cappadocia  • Comana in the Pontus  • Corycus (Kızkalesi) • Cremna  • Cyme  • Cyrrhus • Cyzicus  • Dara  • Derbe  • Docimium  • Domuztepe  • Dorylaeum  • Drusipara  • Edessa • Elaiussa Sebaste  • Ephesus  • Epiphania  • Erythrae  • Euchaita  • Euromus  • Faustinopolis  • Germanicopolis  • Gordium  • Gözlükule  • Hacilar  • Harran  • Hattusa  • Heraclea Cybistra  • Hierapolis  • Hüseyindede Tepe  • Iasos  • Ibora  • Irenopolis  • Issus  • Kaman-Kalehoyuk  • Kandyba  • Karatepe  • Kaunos  • Kayaköy  • Kerkenes  • Klazomenai  • Knidos  • Kültepe  • Kussara  • Laodicea Combusta  • Laodicea on the Lycus  • Laodicea Pontica  • Latmus  • Lebedus  • Limantepe  • Lysimachia  • Magnesia on the Maeander  • Mallus  • Melid  • Metropolis  • Miletus  • Mokissos  • Mopsuestia  • Myndus  • Myra  • Myriandrus  •  • Myus  • Nerik  • Nevalı Çori  • Nicomedia  • Nicopolis  • Notion  • Nysa  • Nyssa  • Oenoanda • Olba  • Orestias  • Patara  • Pepuza  • Perga  • Pergamon  • Pessinus  • Phaselis  • Phocaea  • Pinara  • Pitane  • Pompeiopolis  • Priene  • Rhosus  • Sagalassos  • Sakçagözü  • Salatiwara  • Sam'al  • Samosata  • Samuha  • Sapinuwa  • Sardis  • Sareisa  • Seleucia in Pamphylia  • Seleucia Pieria  • Seleucia Sidera  • Seleucia at the Zeugma  • Selge  • Sestos  • Side  • Sillyon  • Skepsis  • Smyrna  • Soli  • Sozopolis  • Stratonicea in Lydia  • Stratonicea in Caria  • Sugunia  • Sultantepe  • Tavium  • Tell Tayinat • Temnos  • Teos  • Termessos  • Tille  • Tlos  • Tripolis  • Troy (Hisarlik) • Tushhan  • Tushpa • Tyana  • Tymion  • Xanthos  • Yazılıkaya  • Yumuktepe  • Zaliches  • Zeugma This Ancient Greece-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This article about a Marmara Region of Turkey location is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e