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1 See 7. 3. 17.
2 Now Cape Tendra.
3 i.e.,, “a grove”; the word usually means a sacred precinct planted with trees, but is often used of any sacred precinct.
4 The western part (now an island) of this peninsula is called “Tendra,” and the eastern, “Zharylgatch” (or Djarilgatch”). According to ancient legends Achilles pursued Iphigenia to this peninsula and there practised for his races.
5 The plethron was one-sixth of a stadium, or 100 feet.
6 We would call it a “sand-bank.”
7 Now Cape Czile.
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