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1 Or Mediterranean.
2 See Vol. i. p. 497.
3 He includes under the term "Cappadocia," the northern part originally called "Cappadocia ad Pontum," and in later times simply Pontus, and the southern part, originally called "Cappadocia ad Taurum," and more recently simply Cappadocia.
4 Running from the shores of the Euxine to the borders of Syria.
5 I. e. on the eastern side.
6 Meaning that part of Asia which we now call Asia Minor.
7 This ill agrees with what he has said in c. 2, that the distance across from Sinope to the Gulf of Issus is but 200 miles.
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