Chryse is a name occurring in Ancient Greek geography, reported by ancient authors to have referred to the following places:
- Chryse, a former island in the Mediterranean where, in Greek mythology Philoctetes was bitten by a snake. This island is underwater now.
- Chryse and Argyre, one of a pair of legendary islands in the Indian Ocean said to be made of gold and silver
- Chryse, a town mentioned in Homer's Iliad, from which Agamemnon took Chryseis
- Chrysē nēsos (Golden Island), an ancient poetical name for the island Thasos, for its gold mines
- Chryse, a promontory of Lemnos opposite Tenedos
- Chryse, Lesbos, a place in Greece
- Chryse, Skyros, a village or place in Ancient Greece
- Chryse, Caria, a place in the area of Halicarnassus, Greee
- Chryse, Hellespontus, located between Ophrynion and Abydos
- Chryse, Bithynia, close to Chalcedon
- Chrysa, Athens, a section around Pnyx
- Chryse, Gaidaronisi, an island near Crete
- Chryse, East Indies was the Ancient Greek short name of gold-producing Chryse Chersonesos, which may have on the Malay peninsula
- Chryse, Mindoro is the name that was given to it by Claudius Ptolemy which means isle of gold
- Homer, Iliad, 1. 30
- Arrian in Eustathius on Dionysius Periegetes, 589
- Stephanus of Byzantium s. v. Khrysē
- Plutarch, Life of Theseus, 27. 3
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