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1 Already mentioned in B. iv. c. 27.
2 Mentioned in c. 44 of the last Book.
3 The one lying at the mouth of the Danube, and mentioned in B. iv. c. 27.
4 Mentioned in c. 4 of the present Book. See p. 9.
5 Or "Mars' Island," also called Aretias; at this island, in the south of the Euxine, the two queens of the Amazons, Otrere and Antiope, built a temple in honour of Ares or Mars. It is thought to be the rocky islet called by the Turks Kerasunt Ada, between three and four miles from Kerasunt, the ancient Pharnacea.
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