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1 i.e., from καλός (beautiful) and ἀρόω (till). Eustathius (Eustatius ad Iliad 2.531) says: "Calliarus, they say, was named after Calliarus, son Hodoedocus and Laonome: others say that it was named Calliara, in the nueter gender, because the land there was beautifully tilled."
2 Both "bessa" and nape mean "wooded glen."
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