SIDOUS (Ancient small town) CORINTHIA
Sidus (Sidous, Sidountias kome, Hesych.: Eth. Sidountios), a village in the Corinthia, on the Saronic gulf, between Crommyon and Schoenus. It was taken by the Lacedaemonians along with Crommyon in the Corinthian War, but was recovered by Iphicrates. (Xen. Hell. iv. 4. 13, iv. 5. § 19.) It probably stood in the plain of Susaki.
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