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Mount Haemus in Thrace

Mount Haemus is close to the Pontus, the most extensive
M. Haemus. Livy, 46, 21.
and loftiest of the ranges in Thrace, which it divides into two nearly equal parts, from which a view of both seas may be obtained.1

1 From Strabo (vii. 5, 13), who adds: "But this is not true, for the distance from the Adriatic is immense, and there are many obstacles in the way to obscure the view."

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