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CROCODEILON a river of Syria, near which there was formerly a town of the same name (Κροκοδείλων πόλις), between Caesarea Palaestinae and Ptolemaïs (Strab. xvi. p.758; Plin. Nat. 5.17. s. 19). It is now identified with the Náhr Zerka, in which, according to Pococke (Trav. vol. ii. p. 58.), crocodiles have been found. (Von Raumer, Palästina, pp. 53, 191.)


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    • Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia, 5.17
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