HECATO´MPEDUM (Ἑκαρτόμπεδον, Ptol. 3.14.7), a town in the interior of Chaonia in Epeirus; probably situated in the vale of the Sukha, above Libókhovo. (Leake, Travels in Northern, Greece, vol. iv. p. 120.) [E.B.J]
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