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Dolĭché

Δολίχη).


1.

A town of Thessaly in the Perrhaebian district, to the southeast of Azorus. Here the Roman consul Q. Marcius Philippus received a deputation from the Achaean League, at the head of which was Polybius, who accompanied the Roman army in their singular and perilous march through the defiles of Olympus into Pieria ( Liv. xlii. 53; id. xliv. 2).


2.

A town of Syria, situated in the district Euphratensis and northwest of Zeugma.

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