n rave there in honor of Dionysus and Apollo.
Tithorea is, I should guess, about one hundred and eighe summit, and that the city's name was Neon, Tithorea being the name of the peak of Parnassus. It appears, then, that at first Tithorea was the name applied to the whole district; but in course of ti the villages, the city too came to be called Tithorea, and not Neon any longer. The natives say that Tithorea was so called after a nymph of the same name, one of those who in days of old, according before I was born heaven made the fortunes of Tithorea decay. There are the buildings of a theater, e already mentioned. Running past the city of Tithorea is a river that gives the inhabitants drinkiniver is Cachales.
Seventy stades distant from Tithorea is a temple of Asclepius, called Archagetas （everywhere he saw ghosts, and on returning to Tithorea and telling what he had seen he departed thisto see godhead face to face.
The olive oil of Tithorea is less abundant than Attic or Sicyonian oil,