TACASUS

TACASUS
fluvius ingens regni Abassinorum. Ortus in finibus regni Angote, tribus praecipue fontibus, aliquousque tendit in Occasum inter Daganam et Hoagam; unde versus Boream se incurvat, praeter flueus regnum Tigre, eiusdemque regni provinc. Sire mediam dividens rigat desertum Oldebam, olim coenobiis famosum: Conmiungitur dein Marabo fluv. qui non procul Baroâ oritur, cuius fluentis multum auctus, pergit ad regnum Dengini, quod tenent Mauri Balloi, mox alios invisit Mauros, Bugihos, aut Funchos, ac demum Nilo sociatur, ad oppid. Ialac; Tacaze vulgo, Voss.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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