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1 So called from the Bætis, now the Guadalquivir or Great River.
2 The situation of this town is not known, but it is supposed to have been about five leagues from the present city of Mujacar, or Moxacar. It was situate on the Sinus Urgitanus.
3 So called from the city of Tarraco, on the site of the present Tarragona.
4 Corresponding nearly in extent with the present kingdom of Portugal.
5 Now Gaudiana, a corruption of the Arabic Wadi Ana, "the river Ana."
6 According to Hardouin this place is the modern town of Montiel, but Pinet and D'Anville make it the same as Alhambra.
7 According to modern writers it conceals itself in this manner for a distance of fifteen miles.
8 From the Balearic Channel to the Gulf of Gascony or Bay of Biscay.
9 Probably the Sierra Nevada is meant by this name; Hardouin considers it the same as the Sierra de los Vertientes.
10 Probably the Sierra Morena.
11 The Monte de Toledo.
12 The Sierra de las Asturias.
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