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MYLAE (Μυλαί: Eth. Μυλαῖος), a town of Perrhaebia in Thessaly, taken by Perseus in B.C. 171. (Liv. 42.54; Steph. B. sub voce As Livy describes it as a strong place near Cyretiae, it is placed by Leake at Dhamási, “which is not only strong in itself, but very important, as commanding the pass of the Titaresius, leading into Perrhaebia from the Pelasgiotis.” (Northern Greece, vol. iv. p. 311.)

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