See Procopius de Bell. Gothic. l. iv. c. 20, p. 620 625
[ed. Paris; tom. ii. p. 559 sqq., ed. Bonn] . The Greek
historian is himself so confounded by the wonders which he
relates, that he weakly attempts to distinguish the islands
of 'Brittia' and 'Britain', which he has identified by so
many inseparable circumstances.
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