Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Locri” in book 6, chapter 1 of Strabo, Geography:
...ium, and then moved the city to its present site, with the cooperation of Syracusans [for at the same time the latter, among whom . . .] And at Zephyrium there is a spring, called Locria, where the Locri first pitched camp. The distance from Rhegium to Locri is six hundred stadia. The city is situated on the brow of a hill called Epopis. The Locri Epizephyrii are believed to have been the first p...
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