Philaidae (Philaidai) appears to have been near Brauron, since it is said to have derived its name from Philaeus, the son of the Telamonian Ajax, who dwelt in Brauron. Philaidae was the demus of Peisistratus. (Plut. Sol. 10; Plat. Hipparch. p. 228; Paus. i. 35. § 2; Herod. vi. 35.)
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