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Pĕrĭēgēsis , is, f., = Περιήγησις,
I.a leading round to exhibit whatever is worth notice; hence, a geographical description. This term is used as the title of a poem by Avienus.—Hence, pĕrĭēgētĭcus , i, m., the writer of travels: “Metrodorus,Lact. ad Stat. Th. 3, 479.
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