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BURCHANA

BURCHANA (Βουρχανίς: Borcum), called Fabaria, from a kind of wild beans growing there, was an island at the mouth of the Amasia (Ems), which was discovered and conquered by Drusus. (Strab. 7.291; Plin. Nat. 4.27.)

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