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The Gaelic Maundeville (Author: John Maundeville)

paragraph 182

Thence men go to Casay, and that is the greatest city in the world, and it is two score and ten miles in circumference, and there are twelve thousand bridges in it, and at the end of each bridge a castle, in the which dwell wardens and people guarding them from Magnus Khan, for 'tis it that marcheth on his lordship, and round it grows the wine which is named Rígón. There are many Christians and non-Christians therein, and in it oftenest dwells the king of that country.