A city of Elis, near the centre of the province, to the southeast of Pisa, near the confluence of the Cytherus and Alpheus.
An ancient place of Pisatis in Elis, but a village in the time of Pausanias, was
distant 40 or 50 stadia from Olympia. It contained medicinal waters issuing from
a fountain sacred to the Ionic nymphs, and flowing into the neighbouring stream
called Cytherus or Cytherius, which is the brook near the modern village of Bruma.
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