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1 It is doubtful whether “is” or “was” (so others translate) should be supplied from the context here. Certainly “is” is more natural. This passage is important as having a bearing on the time of the composition and retouching of Strabo's work. See the Introduction, pp. xxiv ff.
2 Bato the Daesitiation and Bato the Breucian made common cause against the Romans in 6 A.D. (Cass. Dio 55.29). The former put the latter to death in 8 A.D. (op. cit. 55. 34), but shortly afterwards surrendered to the Romans (Vell. Pat. 2.114).
3 Now the Gulf of Cattaro.
4 The Rhizonic Gulf.
5 5. 1. 1, 5. 1. 9 and 6. 3. 10.
6 Polaticum Promontorium; now Punta di Promontore.
7 See 5. 1. 4.
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