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It remains for me to speak of the Ionians and the Carians and the seaboard outside the Taurus, which last is occupied by Lycians, Pamphylians, and Cilicians; for in this way I can finish my entire description of the peninsula, the isthmus of which, as I was saying,1 is the road which leads over from the Pontic Sea to the Issic Sea.2

1 12.1.3.

2 For map of Asia Minor, see Loeb Vol. 5 (at end).

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