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 After the Hypocremnus is Chytrium, a place where Clazomenæ1 formerly stood; then the present city, having in front eight small islands, the land of which is cultivated by husbandmen. Anaxagoras, the natural philosopher, was a distinguished Clazomenian; he was a disciple of Anaximenes the Milesian, and master of Archelaus the natural philosopher, and of Euripides the poet. Next is a temple of Apollo, and hot springs, the bay of Smyrna, and the city Smyrna.
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