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1 Cape Makri.
2 Caracoma (or Characoma, meaning a fortress?) is otherwise unknown.
3 Now Tulsa.
4 Now Ipsala.
5 sc. Strabo.
6 The younger brother of Perseus, whom Perseus regarded as his heir.
7 Aemilius Paulus Macedonicus, in his second consulship, 168 B.C., defeated Perseus near Pydna.
8 sc. Strabo.
9 Bizye (now Viza) was the home of King Tereus (in the story of Philomela and Procne) and was the residence of the last Thracian dynasty, which was of the stock of the Odrysae.
10 Now Varna.
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