(“Maiandria”) S Albania.
a hill in marshy ground near the coast, inland from
Buthrotum, are remains of a powerful circuit wall with
massive well-cut blocks, similar to that at Phoinike and
built probably ca. 325-320 B.C. The name was attributed
to Trojans who settled here en route to Latium. Pliny
) mentions it as being on the coast of Epeiros;
it was probably on the Roman road, which followed the
N.G.L. Hammond, Epirus
659, 678, 699.