MISUA

MISUA
Antonino, Nisua Ptol. Nuchia nunc Moletio, et aliis Nubia, oppid. Africae in ora, apud promontor. Mercurii, inter Carpim et Clupeam, 20. fere mill. pass. a. Chupea in Occafum.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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