MORE ANCIENT SOURCES
Strabo, Geographia 16,31 (1st cent. B.C.)
After Gaza one comes to Raphia, where battle was fought between Ptolemaeus the Fourth an Antiochus the Great.
Josephus, War 4.11.5 (1st cent. A.D.)
(662) After this he [Titus] rested at Rhinocolura, and from thence he went Raphia, which was his fourth station. This city is the beginning of Syria. For his fifth station, he pitched his camp at Gaza.
Targum Neophyti, Deut 2:23 (3th cent. A.D.)
And those dwelling in the villages of Raphia as far as Gaza.
BYZANTINE ADMINISTRATIVE LISTS
Hierocles, Synecdemos, 721:1-11 (7th cent. A.D.)
Province of Palaestina Prima, 22 cities under a consularis: Cesarea, Dora, Antipatris, Diospolis, Azotos on the sea, Azotos inland, Eleuteropolis, Aelia which is also Jerusalem, Neapolis, [Livias], Sebaste, Anthedon, Diocletianopolis, Sycamazon, Ono, Sozousa, Ioppe, Gaza, Raphia, Ascalon, Gazaris, Betylion.
Georgius Cyprius, 997-1027 (7th cent. A.D.)
Province of Palaestina Prima, Aelia-Jerusalem, Caesarea, Dora, Antipatris, Diospolis wich is also Georgiopolis, Iamnia, Nicopolis, Ono, Sozousa, Ioppe, Ascalon, Gaza, Raphia, Anthedon, Diocletianopolis, Eleutheropolis, Neapolis, Sebaste, region of Amathous, region of Jericho, region of Livias, region of Gadara, Azotos Paralos, Azotos, Sycomazon, Bitylion, Tricomias, Toxos, Canstantiniac Salton, Geraritic Salton wich is also Barsamon.
Romanus (A.D. 431)
Epiphanius (A.D. 518, 536)
Stephanus (A.D. 553)