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1 See 5. 4. 5, and the note on "Plutonia."
2 i.e., sodium chloride (salt), and perhaps other salts found in soil, as, for example, sodium carbonate and calcium sulphate—unless by the plural of the word Strabo means merely "salt-particles," as Tozer takes it.
3 On "soil which is burnt out," see Vol. II, p. 454, footnote 1.
4 "At the present day the coastline has been advanced so far, that the island of Lade, off Miletus, has become a hill in the middle of a plain" (Tozer, op. cit., p. 288).
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