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Pages of University of Macedonia. (Following URL information in Greek only)
Greek & Roman Geography (ed. William Smith)
Aphutis, also Aphute, Aphutos: Eth. Aphutaios, more early Aphutieus,
Aphuteus, Aphutesios: A/thyto. A town on the eastern side of the peninsula Pallene,
in Macedonia, a little below Potidaea. (Herod. vii. 123: Thuc. i. 64; Strab.)
Xenophon (Hell. v. 3. § 19) says that it possessed a temple of Dionysius, to which
the Spartan king Agesipolis desired to be removed before his death; but it was
more celebrated for its temple of Ammon, whose head appears on its coins. (Plut.
Lys. 20; Pans. iii. 18. § 3; Steph. B. s. v.)
This text is from: Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography (1854) (ed. William Smith, LLD). Cited May 2004 from The Perseus Project URL below, which contains interesting hyperlinks
- Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography (1854) (ed. William Smith, LLD)
Harpers Dictionary of Classical Antiquities
A town in Macedonia containing a celebrated temple and oratory of Zeus Ammon.
- Perseus: Harry Thurston Peck, Harpers Dictionary of Classical Antiquities (1898)
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The Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites
Identified by Leake with Athytos near the modern village of Nea Phlogita
on the E side of the Kassandra peninsula. Herodotos names it as one of the cities
of Pallene (Phlegra) from which Xerxes' fleet took ships and men. A Sanctuary
of Dionysos there is mentioned by Xenophon. Local coins bearing the head of Zeus
Ammon were first issued in 424 B.C.
M. H. Mc Allister, ed.
This text is from: The Princeton encyclopedia of classical sites,
Princeton University Press 1976. Cited Nov 2002 from
Perseus Project URL below, which contains bibliography & interesting hyperlinks.
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