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Πελασγός , pl. Πελασγοί: Pelasgian, the Pelasgians, the early population of Greece, first mentioned in the region about Dodōna; then in Thessaly, Il. 2.840; Boeotia, Attica, and the Peloponnēsus, Il. 17.288; Homer mentions other Pelasgians from Cyme, on the side of the Trojans, Il. 10.429; and still others in Crete, Od. 19.177.
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