Naustathmus or Naustathmos ( Ancient Greek: Ναύσταθμος) was a port-town on the Euxine, in the western part of ancient Pontus, on a salt lake connected with the sea, and 90 stadia to the east of the Halys River.  The  calls it Tabula Peutingeriana Nautagmus. The Anonymous Periplus places it only 40 stadia east of the mouth of the Halys.
Its site is located in
Asiatic Turkey. 
Arrian. . p. 16. Periplus Ponti Euxini
Marcian of Heraclea, p. 74.
^ Anon. Peripl. p. 9.
Richard Talbert, ed. (2000). . Princeton University Press. p. 87, and directory notes accompanying. Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World
Lund University. . Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire
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Coordinates: 41°29′51″N 36°07′00″E / 41.497628°N 36.116602°E Naustathmus
Naustathmus or Naustathmos (Ancient Greek: Ναύσταθμος) may refer to:
Naustathmus (Cyrenaica), a town of ancient Cyrenaica, now in Libya
Naustathmus (Pontus), a town of ancient Pontus, now in Turkey
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