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 The Taurus has in many places a breadth of 3000 stadia; its length equals that of Asia, namely 45,000 stadia,1 reckoning from the continent opposite to Rhodes to the eastern extremities of India and Scythia.
|The following are the measurements of our author:|
|From Rhodes to Issus||5,000|
|From Issus to the Caspian Gates||10,000|
|From the Caspian Gates to the sources of the Indus||14,000|
|From the Indus to the mouth of the Ganges||13.500|
|From thence to Thin||2,500|
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