(9) The distance from one to the other Pillars, if you go the coastal road, not bypassing the Ionian Gulf and the so-called Pontus Euxine, and crossed from Chalcedon in Vizanty further from Driunta on the opposite continent, the traveler will pass lightly over the two hundred eighty five days. (10) Area around the Euxine, extending from Byzantium to Meotian lake accurately describe all possible, because of the barbarians living north of Istra, called Danuviem, this beach completely inaccessible to the Romans. We only know that the distance from the Byzantine Empire to the mouth of Istra is twenty-two days' journey, and it should be calculated in such a way as it is done with respect to Europe. (11) On the part of Asia, if you count from Chalcedon to the river Phasis, which is emerging from within the Colchis, flows into the Pontus, the distance is forty days journey. (12) Thus, all the Roman possessions, if you walk along the beach, have a length of 347 days in the way, if, as stated above, the cross from Driunta through Ionian valiv having at least eight stages in a circle. (13) To work around this bay, you need at least four days' journey. Such was the magnitude of the Roman power, although in ancient times .
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