Now, there is an island in the much-dashing sea, In front of Egypt; Pharos is what men call it.1 Accordingly, he rose up at once and went to Pharos, which at that time was still an island, a little above the Canobic mouth of the Nile, but now it has been joined to the mainland by a causeway.
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