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Χοιράδας—two islands off Tarentum. Μεσσαπίου—one of the three divisions of Iapygia, Messapia, extended from Tarentum to Brundisium. Ἄρτᾳ—he seems to have been a man of note in his day, for Athenaeus reters to him as μέγας καὶ λαμπρός. δυνάστῃς—suggested a foreign, un-Greek form of government. Hence the bad sense of δυναστεία, which is used, for instance, of the Thirty. Μεταπόντιον—there are ruins of a temple on the site. The Romans destroyed it for having sided with Hannibal. Pausanias saw a theatre and walls standing. Pythagoras died there.
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