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Argentārĭus mons.
I. A promontory on the coast of Etruria, now Monte Argentaro, Rutil. Itin. I. pp. 315-324.—
II. The part of Mons Orospeda, in which the Bœtis took its rise, so called from its silvermines, Avien. Or. Marit. 291.
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