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Author: Randolph, Bernard, b. 1643.
Title: The present state of the islands in the archipelago, or Arches, seas of Constantinople and gulph [sic] of Smyrna with the islands of Candia and Rhodes / faithfully describ'd by Ber. Randolph : to which is annexed an index shewing the longitude and latitude of all the places in the new map of Greece lately published by the same author.
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2012-10 (EEBO-TCP Phase 2).
Series: Early English books online text creation partnership. Navigations series.
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Print source: The present state of the islands in the archipelago, or Arches, seas of Constantinople and gulph [sic] of Smyrna with the islands of Candia and Rhodes / faithfully describ'd by Ber. Randolph : to which is annexed an index shewing the longitude and latitude of all the places in the new map of Greece lately published by the same author.
Randolph, Bernard, b. 1643.

Printed ... in Oxford: [s.n.], 1687.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A70955.0001.001

Contents
frontispiece
title page
NEGROPONTE.
NEGROPONTE.
colophon
NEGRO PONTE, Anciently called EUBOEA.
ANDROS.
TINE, formerly called TENOS.
MICONE.
DELLES or DELLOS.
NICSIA, formerly called NAXOS.
PAROS, by the Turks call'd BAZO.
ANTIPAROS.
MORGO, formerly called AMORGOS.
LEVITA, ZINARA and NIZARI.
PISCOPIA, formerly called THOLOS
STANCOI, formerly called COOS.
RHODES.
SIMIE.
SCARPANTO.
CASSIO or CASOS.
STAMPALIA called anciently ASTYPALA.
NIO, NAMPHO, St. ERINO (or St. TORINO) and POLICANDRO.
MILO, called formerly MELOS.
ARGENTIERO.
SERFU, and SERFANTE.
TERMIA, anciently called ELEUSINE.
ZEA, formerly called CIA.
CIR A, formerly call'd CYTHNOS.
LEMNOS.
TENEDOS or TENEDO.
THASSUS, SAMANDRACHI and IMBRO.
METELINO.
SCIO, formerly call'd CHIOS.
NICARIA formerly called ICARIA.
SAMOS, by the Turks called SUSSAM.
PATMOS, now call'd by the Venetians PALMOSA.
LERO.
SCYRO, formerly called SCYROS.
SCOPELO.
SCHIATI.
CALOJERO.
IPSARA.
The Islands in the Gulf of SMYRNA.
The HELLESPONT, or entrance into the Sea of CONSTANTINOPLE.
The present State of that famous Island and Kingdom of CANDIA.
The Isletts, which the Venetians have about the Island of CANDIA, are
A Relation of a Storm and great Deli∣verance at Sea, in a Voyage from NEW ENGLAND.
Distance of Places from Constantinople to London.
An INDEX shewing the Longitude and Latitude of the places mentioned in the Map of Greece, for the easier finding them out. p. shews the page. C. the Capes, or head-Lands. P. the Ports or Harbours. M. Mountains.
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