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Antigŏnēa

Ἀντιγόνεια).


1.

A town in Epirus at the junction of a tributary with the Aous, and near a narrow pass of the Acroceraunian Mountains.


2.

A town on the Orontes in Syria, founded by Antigonus as the capital of his empire (B.C. 306); but most of its inhabitants were transferred by Seleucus to Antiochia, which was built in its neighbourhood.

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