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Expositio Totius Mundi 

The Oxford Dictionary of Late Antiquity
Gregory HaysGregory Hays

Anonymous geographical work compiled 347/362; the extant *Latin text is probably based on a lost *Greek original. It surveys the known world from east to west, beginning in the extreme Orient with the mythical Camarini, who live a life of untroubled bliss, without agriculture or government. Other barbarian races are described more briefly. The author depicts the Persians and ... ...

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