Tenedos; an island within sight of Troy, whither the Grecian fleet retired when the stratagem of the wooden herse was contrived.Simoisque et Xanthus; two rivers that ran through the plains of Troy. Ide; a mountain of Phrygia. There was another of the same name in Crete, of great fame among the poets.
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