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TESEBA´RICE (Τισηβαρικὴ, sc. χώρα, Peripl. Mar. Eythyr. p. 1, ap. Hudson, Geogr. Min.), is supposed to have been a portion of the district inhabited by the Troglodytes. The modern Persian name Trez-u-Bareek closely resembles the ancient one, and is said to mean, when applied to a country, “low and flat,” which designation would accord with the S. portion of the Regio Troglodytica in the level region of Aethiopia, near the mouth of the Red Sea. (Vincent, Commerce and Navigation of the Ancients, vol. ii. p. 89. [TROGLODYTAE.]


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