vulgo Tripoli Moletio, urbs Paphlagoniae ad Carambim promuntor. Stephanus vero Teuthraniam a Teuthrante dictam, urbem Mysiae, non paphlagoniae facit. Unde Ovid. l. 2. Trist. v. 19.
Forsitan ut quondam Teuthrantia regna tenenti,
Sic mihi res eadem vulnus opemque feret.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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