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ALOS (Ancient city) MAGNESSIA

Amphrysus river

Amphrysus (Amphrusos). A small river in Thessaly, rising in Mt. Others and flowing near Alus into the Pagasaean gulf. It is celebrated in mythology as the river on the banks of which Apollo fed the flocks of king Admetus. (Strab. pp. 433, 435; Apoll. Rhod. i. 54; Virg. Georg. iii. 2; Ov. Met. i. 580, vii. 229; Leake Northern Greece, vol. iv. p. 337.) Hence the adjective Amphrysius is used in reference to Apollo. Thus Virgil (Aen. vi. 398) calls the Sibyl Amphrysia vates. Statius (Silv. i. 4. 105) uses the adjective Amphrysiacus in the same sense.

This text is from: Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography (1854) (ed. William Smith, LLD). Cited September 2004 from The Perseus Project URL below, which contains interesting hyperlinks


GEROPLINA (Settlement) SOUTH PELION

Eantion End

Today's cape Kavoulia, westwards of the village.


IOLKOS (Ancient city) VOLOS

Anaurus river

Anaurus (Anauros), a small river in Magnesia, in Thessaly, flowing past Iolcos into the Pagasaean gulf, in which Jason is said to have lost one of his sandals. (Apoll. Rhod. i. 8; Simonid. ap. Athen. iv. p. 172, e; Apollod. i. 9. § 16; Strab. ix. p. 436; Lucan vi.370; Leake, Northern Greece, vol. iv. p. 381.)


KRITHARIA (Village) VOLOS

Pyrra Akra

Cape E of the village, 3,7 miles S from the port of Volos.


MAGNESIA (Ancient area) THESSALIA

Crius

River on Mt. Sipylus.


Tisaeum

Tisaeum (Tisaion: Bardjoia). a lofty mountain on the promontory of Aeantium in Magnesia in Thessaly, at the entrance of the Pagasaean gulf, on which stood a temple of Artemis, and where in B.C. 207 Philip V., son of Demetrius, caused watch-fires to be lighted, in order to obtain immediate knowledge of the movements of the Roman fleet. (Apoll. Rhod. i. 568; Val. Place. ii. 6; Polyb. x. 42; Liv. xxviii. 5; Leake, Northern Greece, vol. iv. p. 397.)


Tower Achilleus


PLATANOS (Village) ALMYROS

Amfyssos River

Togay's Platanoremma.


TRIKERI (Municipal unit) SOUTH PELION

Tisaeum mountain

Tisaeum (Tisaion: Bardjoia). a lofty mountain on the promontory of Aeantium in Magnesia in Thessaly, at the entrance of the Pagasaean gulf, on which stood a temple of Artemis, and where in B.C. 207 Philip V., son of Demetrius, caused watch-fires to be lighted, in order to obtain immediate knowledge of the movements of the Roman fleet. (Apoll. Rhod. i. 568; Val. Place. ii. 6; Polyb. x. 42; Liv. xxviii. 5; Leake, Northern Greece, vol. iv. p. 397.)


Aeantium promontory

Aeantium (Aiantion: Trikeri), a promontory in Magnesia in Thessaly, forming the entrance to the Pagasaean bay. According to Ptolemy there was a town of the same name upon it. Its highest summit was called Mt. Tisaeum. (Plin. iv. 9. s. 16; Ptol. iii. 13. § 16; Leake, Northern Greece, vol. iv. p. 397.)


VIVI (Ancient city) MAGNESSIA

Lake Boebeis

The city of Boebe was situated at the south-east shore of the Lake Boebeis, which, afterwards, was renamed Karla and was drained at the half of the 20th century. The lake is mentioned by Homer (Il. 2.711).


Capes

Pyrrha

  Pyrrha (Purrha), a promontory of Thessaly, now C. Ankistri, in the Pagasaean gulf, forming the northern boundary of the district Phthiotis, and near which were the two islets of Pyrrha and Deucalion. (Strab. ix. p. 435; Leake, Northern Greece, vol. iv. pp. 359, 360, 371.)


Promyri Cape

On the coast of the Aegean Sea, to the NE of the village.


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