Fifty-eight years after the Crotoniates had destroyed Sybaris, a Thessalian gathered together the Sybarites who remained and founded Sybaris anew; it lay between two rivers, the Sybaris and the Crathis. And since the settlers possessed a fertile land they quickly advanced in wealth. But they had possessed the city only a few years when they were again driven out of Sybaris
Both Siris and the Sybaris which is on the Teuthras were founded by the Rhodians.
Achaeans settled at Sybaris jointly with Troezenians (Aristotle, Politics: section 1303a).
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