AETHAEA (Αἰ̈θαια: Eth. Αἰθαιεύς), a town of Messenia of unknown site, the inhabitants of which revolted from Sparta with the Thuriatae in B.C. 464. (Thuc. 1.101; Steph. B. sub voce
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