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 After Copæ, the poet mentions Eutresis, a small village of the Thespians.1 Here Zethus and Amphion lived before they became kings of Thebes. Thisbē is now called Thisbē. The place is situated a little above the sea-coast on the confines of the Thespienses, and the territory of Coroneia; on the south it lies at the foot of Cithæron. It has an arsenal in a rocky situation abounding with doves, whence the poet terms it “ Thisbe, with its flights of doves.
” Thence to Sicyon is a voyage of 160 stadia.
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