The Classical Gazetteer (Hazlitt)
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The Classical Gazetteer is a short descriptive geographical dictionary by William Hazlitt (son of the critic William Hazlitt), written in 1851 and containing 15,000 places of Greek and Roman antiquity without citation of primary sources.
- The Classical Gazetteer: A Dictionary of Ancient Geography, Sacred and Profane, Whittaker, 1851 on Google Books
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