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ICHTHYOPHAGORUM SINUS (Ἰχθυοφάγων κλ́λπος, Ptol. 6.7.13), was a deeply embayed portion of the Persian gulf, in lat. 25° N., situated between the headlands of the Sun and Asabé on the eastern coast of Arabia. The inhabitants of its borders were of the same mixed race--Aethiopo-Arabian--with the Ichthyophagi of Aethiopia. The bay was studded with islands, of which the principal were Aradus, Tylos, and Tharos.


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