Anticyra   - in ancient sources @

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  Anticyra   - a town on the coast of Phocis, central Greece
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210/1 Laevinus captures Anticyra.
92/8 .Drusus cures himself of epilepsy by drinking hellebore at Anticyra.
    Within translations:
Plin:HN_4.8   of Bulis there are Anticyra, Naulochus, Pyrrha, the tax-free
Polyaen_6.13.1   rocured in great quantity from Anticyra. The inhabitants

  Anticyra 2   - an Athenian prostitute
Athen_13.586 tions one by the name of Anticyra; but this was only a nic
Athen_13.587 sis, Corone, Ischas, and Anticyra, & And the most beautifu
Plut:Demetr_24 as Chrysis, Lamia, Demo, and Anticyra. Some things we

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