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Τὴν δὲ περὶ—not παρά, because the regions en umerated below are not merely those actually on the coast, but comprise ἡ κάτω γῆ generally. Τημενίδαι—hence Philip and Alexander claimed to be Greeks, and their claim was generally admitted. ἐβασίλευσαν—ingressive. Πιερίας—between Mt. Olympus and the Thermaic Gulf, the origiual home of the muses and birth-place of Orpheus. ὑπὸ τὸ Πάγγαιον—after this both the Pieres and Orpheus were connected with Thrace. κόλπος —see L. and S. οἰκοῦσιν—their new home was Bottice. They originally dwelt near Pella.
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