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[561] Τροιζῆνα: famous for the worship of Poseidon, and as the early home of Theseus.

ἀμπελόεντα: for the form, see on “ποιήεντα” v. 503.

Ἐπίδαυρον: famed for its temple of Asclepius. The theatre (built under the direction of the famous sculptor Polycleitus, with seats and orchestra still well preserved), and other ruins there, were excavated during 1881 and the following years.

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