, the Shetland
Islands (Mela, 3.6), described by Pliny (4.16.30
), as a group of seven.
The islands Ocitis (Ὄκιτις
), and Dumna (Δοῦμνα
) mentioned by Ptolemy (2.3.31
) were apparently part of this group, and answer respectively to St. Ronaldsha
Camden and the elder antiquaries, however, refer the Aemodae to the Baltic Sea.