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Apart are the boundaries of the Mysians and Phrygians),
” but that it is difficult to mark the boundaries between them. The cause of this is that the foreigners who went there, being barbarians and soldiers, did not hold the conquered country firmly, but for the most part were wanderers, driving people out and being driven out. One might conjecture that all these tribes were Thracian because the Thracians occupy the other side1 and because the people on either side do not differ much from one another.
1 i.e., the European side.
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