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[502] Κώπας: this town gave its name to the lake on which it lay.

Θίσβην: between Mt. Helicon and the Corinthian Gulf, not far from the coast. In the holes of the cliffs there, many wild doves now build their nests. cf. “ δὲ Θίσβη Θίσβαι νῦν λέγονται . . . ἐπίνειον” (roadstead) “δ̓ ἔχει πετρῶδες περιστερῶν μεστόν” Strabo ix. 411. Shakspere's ‘Thisbe’ was named for the nymph of this place.

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