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Τραχίς) or Trachin (Τραχίν).


Also called Heraclēa Trachiniae, or Heraclēa Phthiotĭdis, or simply Heraclēa, a town of Thessaly in the district Malis, celebrated as the residence of Heracles for a time.


A town of Phocis, on the frontiers of Boeotia, and on the slope of Mount Helicon in the neighbourhood of Lebadea.

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