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Chronological Review of Sources Directly Involved in Transmission of the Corpus
Chapter HI Sources Generally Assumed to be Related to the Corpus
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4th century 4th century B.C. Aly's amber arctic circle Aristotle Artemidoros astronomical Atlantic Aujac Baltic Book Borysthenes Brettanike Britain Britannia Byzantium Caesar celestial Cimbri citations coast Commentary context corpus Dicks Dicuil Dikaiarkhos Diller Diodoros Diodoros of Sicily discussion distances Ditten edition Eratosthenes Eudoxos Europe fragments Gadeira Gallic Wars Geminos geography gnomon Greek Hipparkhos included indicates inhabited world Ireland islands Jutland Keltike Kleomedes Kosmas Lasserre latitude longest day Markianos Martianus Capella Massalia Massaliote material Mediterranean Mela mentioned Mette Mette's night northern observations Ocean parallel passage phenomena places Pliny Pliny the Elder Pliny's pole Polybios Poseidonios Pytheas quoted reading reference Rhine river Roman route sailing says Shetlands solstice stades stars Strabo suggests summer tropic sun heights sun's surviving theas Thomson Thoule Thyle tides Timaios tt\v voyage Walbank western writers