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Pausanias

[ paw-sey-nee-uhs ]
/ pɔˈseɪ ni əs /
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noun

flourished a.d. c175, Greek traveler, geographer, and author.

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Pausanias
/ (pɔːˈseɪnɪəs) /

noun

2nd century ad, Greek geographer and historian. His Description of Greece gives a valuable account of the topography of ancient Greece
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