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Καλλικολώνη). A hill in the district of Troas, deriving its name (καλὴ κολώνη) from the pleasing regularity of its form, and the groves by which it seems for ages to have been adorned. It is mentioned by Homer in the Iliad (xx. 53, 151).

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