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ZINGIS PROMONTORIUM (Ζίγγις Ptol. 1.17.9, 4.7.11), probably the Modern Maroe, was a headland on the eastern coast of Africa about lat. 10° N. It was conspicuous from its forked head and its elevation above a level shore of nearly 400 miles in extent.


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    • Claudius Ptolemy, Tetrabiblos, 1.17
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