I.The ancient chieftown in Locri Ozolœ, near Phocis, now Salona, Luc. 3, 172; cf. Mann. Gr. 125.—
II.A promontory of Locri Epizephyrii, in Lower Italy; whence, Amphissi-us , a, um, adj., of Amphissa: “Amphissiasaxa,” Ov. M. 15, 703 Riese, where Merkel reads Amphrisia, the designation of a place now unknown.
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