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Next to Corycus is Halonnesus, a small island, then the Argennum,1 a promontory of the Erythræan territory, situated close to Poseidium, belonging to the Chians, and forming a strait of about 60 stadia in width. Between Erythræ and Hypocremnus is Mimas,2 a lofty mountain, abounding with beasts of chase, and well wooded. Then follows Cybelia, a village, and a promontory called Melæna,3 (or Black,) which has a quarry whence millstones are obtained.

1 Called in Thucyd. viii. 34, Arginum.

2 Karaburun-Dagh.

3 Karaburun, which has the same meaning.

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