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Eth. PSE´SSII or PSESSI (Eth. Ψήσσιοι, Ptol. 5.9.17; Ψησσοί, Apollod. ap. Steph. B. sub voce in Plin. Nat. 6.7, the old editions have Psesii, but Silling reads Psessi; it appears from an inscription that Psessi is the correct form, Inscr. in Jahn's Jahrbücher, vol. xxxvi. p. 225), a people in Sarmatia Asiatica, placed by Ptolemy between the lake Maeotis and the Hippici Montes after the Siraceni.

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    • Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia, 6.7
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