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MANDRU´POLIS (Μανδρούπολις or Μανδρόπολις), a town in Mysia (Hierocl. p. 664), now called Menduria or Mendreghora, at the foot of Mount Temnus. Stephanus of Byzantium (s. v.) erroneously places the town in Phrygia. There seems to be little doubt but that Mandrupolis is the same town as Mandropus or Mandrupium, mentioned by Livy (38.15).


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    • Livy, The History of Rome, Book 38, 15
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