Mycale - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a mountain on the coast of Ionia, Anatolia
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beats on the shore near Mycale where the wild-goats feed,
ought by sea near the mountain Mycale, on the coast of Asi
On a second occasion, off Mycale, ** he totally defeated a
the three Trogiliae near Mycale, Phulios, Argennos, Sandalios, and
naval battle near Mycale, Leotychides observed that the
alone on the heights of Mycale, supposedly because they
the highest peak of Mount Mycale. There the city of Samos,
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