Ancient literary sources ANTIRRION (Ancient city) NAFPAKTOS - GTP - Greek Travel Pages

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Ancient literary sources (3)

Strabo

Antirrhium

Then one comes to the mountain Taphiassus; then to the city Macynia; then to Molycreia and, near by, to Antirrhium, the boundary between Aetolia and Locris, to which the distance from the Evenus is about one hundred and twenty stadia.

Thucydides

Molycrium

The Athenians gave chase and captured twelve ships, and taking most of the men out of them sailed to Molycrium.

Perseus Encyclopedia

Molycrium

Such was his advice, and at the same time he led them on the voyage from Naupactus to Molycrium.

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