: Eth. Βασιλίτης
), a town of Arcadia in the district Parrhasia, on the Alpheius, said to have been founded by the Arcadian king Cypselus, and containing a temple of the Eleusinian Demeter.
It is identified by Kiepert in his map with the Cypsela mentioned by Thucydides (5.33
There are a few remains of Basilis near Kyparíssia.
; Athen. p. 609
e.; Steph. B. sub voce
vol. ii. p. 293; Ross, Reisen im Peloponnes,
vol. i. p. 89.) [CYPSELA