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1 The distance between is hardly five miles.
2 These rocks appear at the present day to be nameless. The old name seems to mean, the "Rabbit Warrens."
3 Phintonis, according to Hardouin, is the modern Isola di Figo, according to Mannert, Caprera. Cluver makes Fossæ to be the present Isola Rossa, while Mannert considers it to be the same with Santa Maddalena.
5 Probably the Cape of Carbonara, from which however Africa is distant only 121 miles, and the gulf of Gades or Cadiz 980.
6 Now Capo Falcone.
7 Now Asinara or Zavara, and Isola Piana.
8 Now called Santo Antiocho, off La Punta dell' Ulga.
9 According to Cluver, the modern Coltelalzo.
10 The "Baths of Juno." The identity of these islands does not appear to have been ascertained.
11 Said by Pausanias to have been descended from persons who escaped on the fall of Troy under the command of Iolaüs.
12 Of the town of Sulcis. Its ruins are probably those seen at the village of Sulci, near the port Palma di Solo.
13 Their town was probably on the site of the present Iglesias.
14 Their town was probably either the present Napoli or Acqua di Corsari.
15 Their town is probably indicated by the ruins on the river Gavino.
16 Their town was Caralis, the present Cagliari.
17 Their town was probably Nora, the present Torre Forcadizo.
18 "At Libyso's Tower."
20 Now La Licosa, a small rocky island.
21 Now Torricella, Praca, and Brace, with other rocks.
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