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HAEMIMONTUS the name of a province comprising the country about mount Haemus, from which it derived its name. This province, of which Adrianopolis and Anchialus were the principal towns, is not mentioned until a late period of the Roman empire, when it is described by Ammianus Marcellinus as a distinct province in the north-east of Thrace. (Comp. Hierocl. p. 635; Notit. Imper. Or. 100.1, with Boecking's note, 145.) [L.S] [p. 1.1025]

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