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”2though some write, "Cromna and Cobialus." They say that the Erythrini of today, from their color,3 used to be called Erythini; they are two lofty rocks. After Aegialus one comes to Carambis, a great cape extending towards the north and the Scythian Chersonese. I have often mentioned it, as also Criumetopon which lies opposite it, by which the Euxine Pontus is divided into two seas.4 After Carambis one comes to Cinolis, and to Anticinolis, and to Abonuteichus,5 a small town, and to Armene, to which pertains the proverb, “
whoever had no work to do walled Armene.
” It is a village of the Sinopeans and has a harbor.
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