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After Daedala, then, I mean the mountain in Lycia, one comes to a Lycian town near it, Telmessus, and to Telmessis, a promontory with a harbor. Eumenes1 received this place from the Romans in the Antiochian War, but when his kingdom was dissolved the Lycians got it back again.

1 King of Pergamum 197-159 B.C.

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