RHODU´NTIA (Ῥοδουντία: Eth. Ῥοδούντιος), a fortress on Mt. Callidromus, defending one of the passes to Thermopylae. (Strab. ix. p.428; Liv. 36.16, 19; Steph. B. sub voce Leake, Northern Greece, vol. ii. pp. 10, 62, 64.)
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