ILA´TTIA (Ἰαττία, Polyb. ap. Steplh. B. s. v.), a town of Crete, which is probably the same as the ELATUS of Pliny (4.12). Some editions read Clatus, incorrectly classed by him among the inland towns. (Höck, Kreta, vol. i. p. 432.) [E.B.J]
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