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PRINASSUS

PRINASSUS (Πρινασσός: Eth. Πρινασσεύς), a town in Caria, of uncertain site, taken by Philip V., king of Macedonia, and known also by its coins. (Plb. 16.11; Steph. B. sub voce Sestini, p. 89; Cramer, Asia Minor, vol. ii. p. 217.)

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