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A place belonging to the Lyncestae, in Macedonia, to which the consul Sulpicius moved his camp in the campaign of B.C. 200, against king Philip. (Liv. 31.36; comp. CASTRA Vol. I. p. 562a.)


A place in Perrhaebia, from which Perseus had retired, and which was afterwards occupied by the consul Q. Marcius Philippus, in his daring march over the mountain ridge of Olympus, B.C. 169. (Liv. 44.3.) It was probably near the issue of the Titaresius or Elassonítiko, from Mt. Olympus into the valley of Elassóna. (Leake, Northern Greece, vol. iii. pp. 308, 310, 417.) [E.B.J]

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    • Livy, The History of Rome, Book 31, 36
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