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Perinthus

Πέρινθος). An important town of Thrace on the Propontis, founded by the Samians about B.C. 559, and situated twenty-two miles west of Selymbria on a small peninsula. At a later time it was called Heraclea, and sometimes Heraclea Thraciae or Heraclea Perinthus.

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