Pliny the Elder, Natural History (English) (XML Header) [genre: prose] [word count] [Plin. Nat.].
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Zela, [Note] and at the foot of Mount Argæus [Note] Mazaca, now called Cæsarea. [Note] That part of Cappadocia which lies stretched out before the Greater Armenia is called Melitene, before Commagene Cataonia, before Phrygia Garsauritis, Sargarausene, [Note] and Cammanene, before Galatia Morimene, where their territories are divided by the river Cappadox, [Note] from which this people have taken their name; they were formerly known as the Leucosyri. [Note] From Neocæsarea above mentioned, the lesser Armenia is separated by the river Lycus. In the interior also there is the famous river Ceraunus, [Note] and on the coast beyond the town of Amisus, the town and river of Chadisia, [Note] and the town of Lycastum, [Note] after which the region of Themiseyra [Note] begins.

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