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[33] Simöis, a river of Troas that ran into the Seamander, and filled all the neighbouring ground with marshes.

Sigeia telius. The Trojan fields are so called from Signum, a promontory of Troas, where Achilles, Patroclus, Antilochus, &c. had their sepulchres.

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