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1 Now known as Khio, Scio, Saka Adassi, or Saksadasi. Chios was declared free by the Dictator Sulla.
3 Macris, from its length, and Pityusa, from its pine-trees.
4 Dalechamps says 112 is the correct measurement.
5 Mentioned in C. 31 of the present Book.
6 Meaning "green and flourishing."
7 "Productive of laurels." None of these islets appear to have been recognized by their modern names.
8 By Strabo called Pordoselene. He says that the islands in its vicinity were forty in number; of which Pliny here gives the names of two-and-twenty.
9 South of Proconncsus; now called Aloni.
10 Near the city of Clazomenæ. It is now called Vourla, according to Ansart.
11 Now Koutali, according to Ansart.
12 We learn from Strabo and other writers, that this city was on a peninsula, and that it stood on the southern side of the isthmus, connecting Mount Mimas with the mainland of Lydia. It was the birth-place of Anacreon and Hecatæus.
13 Or the "Dove Islands;" probably from the multitude of those birds found on those islands.
14 Now called Antigona, according to Ansart.
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