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Hello Georgeos,
I doubt that we can know for sure, what the master of metaphore was referring to, as the columns of Hercules. Whatever it was that he meant could have been anything from the white cliffs of Dover, to any other large landmark; that today might not even exist (or exists undewater). An example would be one of the ancient wonders of the world as the temple of Artemis, that to me is more of a myth than realilty, with one pillar remaining (and likely a portion), and the rest supposed by some to have been pounded to powder for plaster.
Regards, Bob

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