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Ac H^i UM, a di(]rl6l of Troas, oppo- fitc to Tcnedos, Sirabo.Ac Hi BMENi A, a part of Perlia, fo called from Achaesmenes, the firft lutii^; : I .cnce the epithet Achaemcni- 1I8» Horace ; Acb Kmenides« the people, Strabo.
Hence the proverbial faying, a CK-^x^ ndhh Truaiv dmix U, to people that ^rovennibciable) mean- ing, that we know where to meet with better treatment. The inhabit in'-^ were called Abde- t iiit a:ul Ah Jii'^iam: they were lub- jt^ to a fpeeiet of frenzyt which gave rife to the adage* Abderitica mens. The Nva ATe Uana, called alfo Prs neftina, or the hazel-nut, takes its name from thii town, accorduig to Microbius. But by Antoniue's Itiner- ary, the diftance is nine miles from the Venta Siiuniniy or Caer«Wentt others therefore take the town to be Po fhiit, at the mouth of the river Avon, over againil Brillo! The Greeks fuch ^Jiutijjimt, a name the Atheaiails af- A B fefled much. Hence the epithet Abrcttenus, given Jupiter, Strain) ; whofe prieft was Cleon, formerly at the head of a gang of robbers, and who received many and great favours at the hands of Antony; but afterwards went over to A i! The people were call i Abretteni inhabiting the counuy between Ancyra of Pbrygia, and the river Rhyndacus* Abbieta. AC both called the Dor^^/Zr/; Aby^ lies midway between Lampmcui and T'xinm, famous for Xerxes^t bridge, Herodotus, Virgil j and for the loves of Leander and Hero, Mufseus, Ovid i cdehrated alfo for its oyftert, Bnnint, Virgil. — Another town of this name, Plutarch, Polybius ; now called la Girola, in the territory, and to the fouth eail of Lodi, where the riyuiet Serio falls into the Adda to the weft of Creradna, and north of Placemia.
rr^jffd in memojy of her victory over the Rhodians t or rather as a fcreen to conceal the dilgrace of the Rhodians from the eyes of the world I tbe effacing or deftroying the ti;ophy, being with them a point of religion. Abdbra, # lon|, a maritime town of Thrace, not far from the mouth of the river Nefusy on the eaft fide, Strabo. A M I M , (J r Vviearunty beyond Jordan in the couuiiy of the Am- f BOfiite Sj where Jepbtha defeated the Aa BMiiiteif djilant feven miles Irom Philadelplna, abounding in vines, and hence tbe name ^ called aifo AMa. Att L-MEHOLA, the country of the prophet £ii(ha, fituate in Minafleh, on this fiilc Jordan, hct.\cen the falley ot Jel Ycci and the village of Betiunaela, in the plains of lordan, ivhere the Mi^ianitet were defeaud hf Gideotty Judges. t L-Mi7«» ATM, Mofei; called alfo the thrclhmg rioc r of Ata J] figni- h ing the lame Atauoa of the Egyp- iuskk j for wbof^ the Canaamtes AB took the conioany that mourned for Jacob I fuppoied to be near Hebron. Abel-Sattim or Siitim, a town in the plains of Moab, to the N. Aui LA Ly s AMyi,, a town of Ccele* Syria^ between He Uopolis and Da* mafcus, Ptolemy, Polybius, Pliny* Abilita,a citizen of Abiiai the COtt A? As about the river Maine, called the 0*/^» or Otiennxjald : bctweeu flcfle and Pranconia^ the Spejfarty and about the dncby of Wirlem- beii^, where the Danube takes its » rife, called the Baar. Abooiacum, Ptolemy, or Abudia- ium I now Fitefen, a town of Ger- many, in the iboth-eaft of Suabia, on the Lech, near the borders of nria and Tyrol. Abrostola, Ptolemy, Peutingei'f a town of Phrv:vn Nlnjor.
Abatos, an ifland in the lake Mocr- is, formerly famous fox* its flax and papyrus. Abba, a town of Africa Propriai« near Carthage, Polybius, (Jvy. The foundation thereof, according to Herodotus, was at- tempted 'to be laid by i emelius tbe Clazomenian, but he was for- ced by the Thracians to quit the delign. Abella, a town of Campnnla, now A*u€Ua% neartbeiiver Claniu:. £• of the Dead Sea, not far from Jordan, where the Ifraelites committed for- nication with the daughters of Moab» Mofes. Abida, Ptolemy} a town of Ccrle- Syria, dtuate to tbe S. Abista or Abrifta, a town of the Ja* zyges Metanaft W) Ptolemy the fame with Abel-keramim. Abobrica, or Ahohrigiiy a town in Gallicii, in the north-weft of Spain, fuppofed to be Bavona.' And in an old lofcriptlon called Aohriga* W. Abolla, clephanus; a town of Si- cily -y now either unknown, or ex- . Abon, Ahmtf or Ahonisf Antonine; a town and river of Albion. Abonitbichos, Ptolemy, a to Wn of Papblagonia, on the Euxine, be- tween Tcuthrania and Sinopc. Abrinc ATARunt oppinu M, thctown of tlie Abrincatitt or Ah-incaiui, now Avranc/ie Sf in France, fituatc on an eminence in the fouth weft of Nor- mand) , near the borders of Brx« tanny, on tlie Englilh Channel. ABROTOht; M, a tuwu uiid harbour on 6 Digitized by Google Aft 4a 40'. Homer j a plac* on the Aadua, in tbe diftf IA of Pseonia of MKedonia, Stephanus. Al a BE, Ptolemy $ a mountain of Egypt, on the Red Sea* » ifr^Ar^ Ptolemy, a fountain in Africa Vio* pria, near the borders of Cyre* tiaicai Ac A BENE, a dift v\R of Meibpotamia on the Tigiis, I'lolemy. Acacesium, a town of Arcadia, from u h i c h Mercury was called Acac^us, Pa u fan. Mofes, or Achad^ the town in which Ninirod reigned, called Ar» ril4»/ hy the Seventy, fituate in Ba- bylonia, on the ea« fide of the Ti- gris. P' i n y , Ptoiemy ; forme Hy called Ac H, iup- poled to Ciuadix, rathe eall of tiic city c: Gt juaj.t, ai tae foot of a moimtain, near the (burce of the ri- *ul Lat 41 ".
Abdera, however, produced feveral great men : which caufes the greater wonder, that Juvenal (hould call it Vervccum patrias tio- thing being more •ppofite than madnefs and ftupidity^ the greateft wits being fabje6l to a fpecies of phrenry. Afi LLLiii L'M, now Avelimot a town of the Hirpini, a people of Apulia, diftant about a mile from the rivu- let Sabbato, bct\rcen Beneventnm and Salernum. Abciliaat Cd, with the cpi- thct Frutropi, to di^inguifb them from the ADellinaiet Mani. Dionyfius ffs Sia^» naf Teus ai Hgns a three-fold etymo« logy of the name Ahor^guis% one» from their giving origin to their pofterity, which fcertis to be con- firmed by Virgil; a fecond from thrir roving, delultory life, as if called Aberri^ifu S f and atiiird, from their inhabiting - the mountains \ which alfo ieems to be alluded to by Virgil. ACA, a town rf Aftatic Sarou* , tia, near the liuxine, Strabo. Tbe in- habitants were called A3ydeni, Ste- Shanus, Pliny j who worfhipped a one, faid to have dropt from heaven: a ft^fi, effeminate people, given iuul U tu detra6liou j htncc the proverb, v# ttmeri Af^fdumt when we would caution againft danger, Stephanus. Ac ERRi NA, a colony of Bnitians In •* Magna Grxcia, taken by Alexan* der of Epirus, Livy.
Protagoras was n native of this place*, expelled by tlie Athe- nians for his atheifm, and bis books burnt i Anaxarchut alfo the philo* fopher. Aborras, Abborasy or Aburas, a large river of Mefopotamia, running, ac- cording to Ptolemy, from north to fouth out of mount Maiiiis, bj the town of Antbemuiiay ifito the £»• ' phrntcs. Abydos, Strabo, Pliny 5 an* inland town of Egypt, between Ptolemais and Diofpolis Farva, Cowaids Syene, famous for the palace of Memnon, and the temple of Oiirit. Abvla, Ptotemy, Mrla ; one of Her- cules's pillars, on the African fide, called by the Spaniards Sierra de Mohas, over againft Calpe* ia Spain, the other pillar 1 fuppofed to have been formerly joined, but feparated by Hercules, and thus to have given entrance to the Tea, now » called tlic Mcditerraiicin : the li- mits of the labours of Hercules^ Pliny. See Aprvstuv* Ac A, Actf or Aeon, a town of Pheni- nicia, on the Mediterranean, after- wards called Ftn Umau, Acr$% E. A c t R R 1 s , a to w n of Hi fpaii ia Tara* coneniis» Strabo i now Gtnyt a ham* let in Catalonia, on the river No- guera, tou ards the Pyrenees.