TEMBI (Valley) LARISSA
Condylon in Thessaly, is mentioned by Livy as one of the four fortresses which defended Tempe. (Liv. xliv. 6) It was also called Gonno-Condylon, and was one of the towns of the Perrhaebi. (Liv. xxxix. 25.) Leake places it on the left bank of the Peneus between Balamut and the ascent to Rapsani. (Leake, Northern Greece, vol. iii. p. 397.)
Lapathus a fortress in the north of Thessaly, near Tempe, which Leake identifies with the ancient castle near Rapsani. (Liv. xliv. 2, 6; Leake, Northern Greece, vol. iii. pp. 397, 418.)
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