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ORDII (anc. Cotyora, where the " Ten ...

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Originally appearing in Volume V20, Page 238 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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ORDII (anc. Cotyora, where the " Ten Thousand " embarked for home), a town on the N. coast of Asia Minor, between Samsun and Kerasund, connected with Zara, and so with Sivas, by a carriage road, and with Constantinople and Trebizond by steamer. Pop. about 6000, more than half Christian. Ordu has exceptionally good Greek schools, and a growing trade in filberts.
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