Account of the Ionic Trophy Monument Excavated at Xanthus (Classic Reprint)

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On my first arrival at the large town of Moolah, noticed in my Journal of 1838, I approached it from the south-east, having laid down my track over a great extent of unmapped country. My position thus obtained for the town being more than thirty miles from the coast, was declared by those most learned in ancient geography to be too far inland for the city of Pedassus, as that was known to be but six miles from the coast. The recent coast surveys, having carried the Gulf of Cnidus twenty-five miles further inland to the eastward, confirm the position I laid down for Moolah, and my idea of its being the ancient Pedassus, situated on the western termination of the range of Mount Cadmus, the last mountain of which range must have been Mount Lida.

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Publisher - Forgotten Books

Language - English

Author(s) - Charles Fellows


Published Date - August 23 2019

ISBN - 9780331207293

Dimesions - 22.9 x 15.2 x 0.5 cm

Page Count - 36

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