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Ἑλλάς , άδος: Hellas, understood by the ancients to be a Thessalian city and district in Phthiōtis, under the sway of Achilles, Il. 2.684; now more correctly described as the tract between the Asōpus and the Enīpeus; coupled with Phthia, Il. 9.395; the realm of Peleus, Od. 11.496 ; καθ᾽ Ἑλλάδα καὶ μέσον Ἄργος (all Greece), see Ἄργος, epithets, καλλιγύναικα, εὐρυχόροιο, Β 683, Il. 9.447, 478.
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