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 Next is Methone.1 This city, called by the poet Pedasus, was one of the seven, it is said, which Agamemnon promised to Achilles. There Agrippa killed, in the Actian war, Bogus, the king of the Maurusii, a partisan of Antony's, having got possession of the place by an attack by sea
1 According to Pausanias, Mothone, or Methone, was the Pedasus of Homer. It is the modern Modon.
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