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τὰ Ὕκκαρα). A town of the Sicani on the north coast of Sicily, west of Panormus, taken by the Athenians, and its inhabitants sold as slaves, B.C. 415. Among the captives was the beautiful Timandra, the mistress of Alcibiades and the mother of Laïs. The place was said to get its name from the fish ὗκαι.

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