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The city may have begun as an Iberic town called Kesse or Kosse , named for the Iberic tribe of the region, the Cossetans, though the identification of Tarragona with Kesse is not certain. [3] William Smith suggests that the city was probably founded by the Phoenicians , who called it Tarchon , which, according to Samuel Bochart , means a citadel. This name was probably derived from its situation on a high rock, between 75–90 m (250–300 ft) above the sea; whence we find it characterised as arce potens Tarraco . [4] It was seated on the river Sulcis or Tulcis (modern Francolí ), on a bay of the Mare Internum (Mediterranean), between the Pyrenees and the river Iberus (modern Ebro ). [5] Livy mentions a portus Tarraconis ; [6] and according to Eratosthenes it had a naval station or roads ( Ναύσταθμον ); [7] but Artemidorus Ephesius says with more probability that it had none, and scarcely even an anchoring place; and Strabo himself calls it ἀλίμενος . [8] This better reflects its present condition; for though a mole was constructed in the 15th century with the materials of the ancient amphitheatre , and another subsequently by an Irishman named John Smith Sinnot, it still affords but little protection for shipping. [9]

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