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date: 05 December 2022



  • W. M. Murray


Anticyra, an excellent Phocian port in the gulf east of *Cirrha, known for the hellebore (a medicinal plant) that grew nearby. Identified by Pausanias (10. 36. 5–10) with Homeric Cyparissus, it shared the history of *Phocis, being destroyed in 346 bce by *Philip (1) II, then rebuilt, and finally captured by T.


  • Ancient Geography

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