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PANGRMUS

PANGRMUS (Πάνορμος).


1.

The port of Ephesus formed by the mouth of the Caystrus, near which stood the celebrated temple of the Ephesian Artemis. (Strab. xiv. p.639; comp. Liv. xxx<*> 1.10, foll., especially 14. 15; EPHESUS.)


2.

A port on the north coast of the peninsula of Halicarnassus, 80 stadia to the north-east of Myndus. (Stadiasm. Mar. Magy. § § 272,273, 276, foll.) It is no doubt the same port which Thucydides (8.24) calls Πάνορμος τῆς Μιλησίας. [L.S]

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