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H^emcs m., a range of m., the E. continua­tion of Bertischus m., dividing Thrace from Moesia, and extending to the w. coast of the Euxine. Emineh Dagh, or Balkan.

Hagareni (Agraei), a people of Arabia, variously situated in Arabia Deserta, and in Arabia Felix, on the shores of Persicus sin. The descendants of Hagar and Ish-mael. Bahrein, &fc.

Hagg.e Vicus, a port of the Hamirei, Ara-biaj, N.e. of Ausara. Seyer.

Hal*, " salt," a town of Boeotia, on Opun-tius sin., at the m. of Platanius fl. Alacfti.

Hal*:, I. surnamed Araphenides, a demus of Attica, of the tribe ^Sgeis, on the ^Jgean, near Araphen. Pitchery. II.*«r-named Axonides, a demus of Attica, of the tribe Cecropis, on Saronicus sinus, close to Axone; with large salt-works. Bari. III. a town of Crete.

Halah, Assyria;, i. q. Calah.

Halala, Cappadocise, the early name of Faustinopolis.

Halazia, the early name of Dascylium, Bithynise.

Halcyone, a town of the Malienses, Thes-saly.

Haleja fl., Paphlagoniae, i. q. Zalecus.

Haleporis (Heloris, Elorus) fl., a r. of Bruttium, falling into Locrcnsis sin., bet. Altanum (24) and Decastadium (22). Noted for the defeat of the Magna-Grecian allies by Diouysius the Elder, 307 B.c. i Callipari.

Hales (Halesus) fl., a r. of Ionia, rising in Gallesus m., and falling into Ionium mare s. of Colophon. Its water was extremely cold.

Halesium campus, a plain of Troas, on the coast, furnishing salt to the works at Tra-gasie. Its springs ceased their supply during the continuance of a tax laid upon salt by Lysimachus. Near Tusla.

Halex fi., a r. of Bruttium, falling into Siculum marc, w. of Caicinus fl. At one time the boundary of the territories of Locria and Rhegium. The cicadae on its Locrian side were always chirping, on the other bank always mute. Alece.

Haliacmon 6., a r. of Macedonia, rising in Canalovii m., and falling into Thermaicus sin. at Alarta. Inje Carasou.

Hahartus, a town of Bceotia, on the s. shore of Copais lac., at the w. mouth of Termessus fl., 15 m. N.w. from Thebes. Stigmatized for stupidity. The death-place of the Spartan Lysander. Noted for its darts and musical pipes. Destroyed by Lucretius, the praetor.

Halicarnassus, prius Ziphyria and Isth-

mus, capital of Caria, at the s. extremity of Ceramicus sin., opposite Arconnesus ins. Founded by a colony from Troezene, under Anthes. Famous for the tomb of Mausolus, one of the seven wonders of the world. The birth-place of Herodotus, of Dionysius Halicarnassus, and of the poet Heraclitus. Destroyed and restored by Alexander the Great. Boudrotm.

Halice, a district of Cilicia Campestris, about Augusta.

Halicus, a town of Cilicia Campestris.

Halicyrna (Licyrna), the port of Calydon, jEtolia, under Tapliiassus m.

Halisarna, a fortress of Cos, near Laceter prom.

Haj.iusa ins., an isl. of Arsolis, in Her-mionicus sin., near Bucephala prom.

Hauzones (Alazones), a tribe of Mysians, the early inhabitants of the coast of Bithy-nia and Pontus.

Halmus fl., Armen., i. q. Ara\'es.

Halmydessus, Thracise, i. q. Salmydessus.

HALMYRislac.,1. an inland bay of theEuxine^ at Halmyris, Moes., near the s. mouth of the Danube. Rozel See. II. (Salmo-rude), a town of Mcesia Inf., on Halmyris lac., w. bet. Salsovia and Vallis Domitiana. Babailag ?

Halone ins., an isl. of Ionia, o\'er against ^Esepus fl. Noted for an excellent harbour. Aloni.

Halonnesus ins., I. an isl. of Ionia, bet. Ar-gennum prom, and Corycum prom. II. of Thessaly, in the /Egean, N.E. of Scopelos ins. Chelidromi. III. the town of the latter isl., on the s. coast. Chclidrnmi.

Haltins, a town of Arcadia, on Ladon fl., L., above Oryx.

Halus, Assyria, either Artemita itself, or a small town close to it.

Halyce, a town of Argolis, on Hermiomcus sin., N.e. of Hermione. In ruins in Pausanias" time. AIM.

Halyciae, a town of Sicily, near the source of Sossius fl.

Halycis a district of Argolis, on Hermio-nicus sin., bet. Hermione and ScylUeum prom.

Halycus fl., a r. of Sicily, falling inta the sea at Heraclea. Platani.

Halys fl., quasi "salt-pits," a r. of Asia Minor, formed by two streams (one rising in Scordiscus m., S.e. of Nicopolis, the other in Taurus m., towards the source of Sarus fl.) which, uniting, intersect Galatia, and, separating Paphlagonia from Pontus, fall into the Euxine N.w. of Amisus. It was the E. limit of the empire of Crccsus. Kizil-Ermak.

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