It lies northeast of and near Milos, separated by a narrow
with a width of 5.5 tenths of the mile. Its ground is
mountainous and barren and is covered by hills.
its name from Kimolos. Historically Kimolos followed the same
course with Milos, due to their neighboring. The island was
renowned for its chalk mines from which a type of rock useful
in the making of porcelain was exported.
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