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MESUA in Gallia Narbonensis, is described by Mela (2.5) “as a hill surrounded by the sea almost on all sides, and it would be an island if it were not joined to the mainland by a narrow agger.” The place is supposed to be Mese or Meze, on the border of the Étang de Tau, between Agde and Montpellier.


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