Neptunus dicitur ab Aegis Euboeae insula. Strabo. l. 9. Item fluv. apud Apollonium l. 4. Corcyrae insulae esse addit ibidem Scholiastes. Est et campus et regio in Phocide, quem Eustath. in Dionys. αἰγαῖον πεδίον vocat. p. 22.

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