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Κεάδας) or Caeădas (Καιάδας). A deep cavern or chasm, like the βάραθρον at Athens, into which the Spartans were accustomed to thrust persons condemned to death (Thuc.i. 134).

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    • Thucydides, Histories, 1.134
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