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Ancient literary sources (8)

Perseus Encyclopedia

EGIES (Ancient city) GYTHIO

Aegiae

Town of Free Laconians built by the sea, called Augeae by Homer.


GYTHION (Ancient city) LACONIA

Gythium

Sea-port of Lacedaemon founded by Herakles and Apollo, belongs to Free Laconians. Lacedaemonian docks at Gythium burnt by Tolmides, Lacedaemonian camp at Gythium bur6nt by Philopoemen.


KRANAI (Island) GYTHIO

Cranae

Island of Gythium.


LAS (Ancient city) GYTHIO

Las

City of Free Laconians.


TRINASSOS (Ancient city) GYTHIO

Trinasus

Some thirty stades beyond Gythium on the left there are on the mainland walls of a place called Trinasus (Three Islands), which was in my opinion a fort and not a city.(Paus. 3,22,3)


Strabo

EGIES (Ancient city) GYTHIO

Augeiae

As for the rest of the places listed by the poet, some have been destroyed; of others traces are still left; and of others the names have been changed, for example, Augeiae to Aegaeae.


GYTHION (Ancient city) LACONIA

Gythium

After Taenarum, on the voyage to Onugnathus and Maleae, one comes to the city Psamathus; then to Asine, and to Gythium, the seaport of Sparta, situated at a distance of two hundred and forty stadia from Sparta. The roadstead of the seaport was dug by the hand of man, so it is said. Then one comes to the Eurotas, which empties between Gythium and Acraea.


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