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The modern Guadalquivir (Wady elKiber); a river of southern Spain, formerly called Tartessus, rising in the territory of the Oretani and flowing southwest through Baetica, to which it gave the name, until it empties by two mouths into the Atlantic Ocean, north of Gades (Cadiz).

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