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”2It is said to have been founded by Helius, a son of Perseus. And one comes also to a plain called Leuce;3 then to a city Cyparissia, which is situated on a peninsula and has a harbor; then to Onugnathus, which has a harbor; then to the city Boea; and then to Maleae. And the distance from Onugnathus to Maleae is one hundred and fifty stadia; and there is also a city Asopus4 in Laconia.
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