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 Next is the river Cestrus;1 on sailing up its stream 60 stadia we find the city Perge,2 and near it upon an elevated place, the temple of the Pergæan Artemis, where a general festival is celebrated every year. Then at the distance of about 40 stadia from the sea is [Syllium],3 on an elevated site, and visible at Perge. Next is Capria, a lake of considerable extent; then the river Eurymedon;4 sailing up it to the distance of 60 stadia, we come to Aspendus,5 a well-peopled city, founded by Argives. Above it is Petnelissus;6 then another river, and many small islands lying in front; then Side, a colony of the Cymæans, where there is a temple of Minerva. Near it is the coast of the Little Cibyratæ; then the river Melas,7 and an anchorage for vessels; then Ptolemais8 a city; next the borders of Pamphylia, and Coracesium,9 where Cilicia Tracheia begins. The whole of the voyage along the coast of Pamphylia is 640 stadia.
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