from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Given by Sir W. Hamilton as another name for camenes (which see). Probably a mistake for celantes.
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For this we are obliged to Solinus, who calls the city with the Grecian termination, Carystos; and says, that it was noted for its hot streams:  Carystos aquas calentes habet, quas
_tierras calentes_ of Cuernavaca and Guerrero to the famed port of the
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