Artemidorus of Ephesus, Geographic Description fr. 111
Textual NoteEd. Stiehl 1856
Translation NoteTrans. J. L. Rife
- 1 R. Stiehl, Der Geograph Artemidoros von Ephesos, Philologus 11 (1856): 193–244, section: 111.
- 2 Pseudo-Scylax of Caryanda and Marcianus of Heraclea, Geographi Graeci minores I, ed. Karl Müller, vol. 1, 2 vols. (Paris: Ambroise-Firmin Didot, 1855), p: 576.19-27.
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