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DIKEA (AVX), Ancient city, AVDIRA

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Mythology (1)
   Historic figures (1)
Archaeological sites (1)
   Excavations (1)
Museums where finds of the location are exhibited: (1)
   Museum WebPage (1)
Ancient literary sources (1)
   Perseus Encyclopedia (1)
Information about the place (3)
   Greek & Roman Geography (ed. William Smith) (1)
   Harpers Dictionary of Classical Antiquities (1)
   Perseus Project (1)

Mythology (1)

Historic figures

Dicaeus

Dicaeus, (Dikaios), a son of Poseidon, from whom Dicaea, a town in Thrace, is said to have derived its name. (Steph. Byz. s. v. Dikaia.)


Archaeological sites (1)

Excavations

By D. Lazarides

Bibliography: Abdera & Dikaia. D.Lazarides. 1971 Athens


Museums where finds of the location are exhibited: (1)

Museum WebPage

National Archaeological Museum

, Fax: +30 210 8213573, 8230800

Ancient literary sources (1)

Perseus Encyclopedia

Dikaia

A Greek town on Xerxes' route in Thrace.


Information about the place (3)

Harpers Dictionary of Classical Antiquities

Dicaea

A town in Thrace on Lake Bistonis.


Perseus Project

Greek & Roman Geography (ed. William Smith)

Dicaea

Dikaia. a Greek port town on the coast of Thrace on lake Bistonis, in the country of the Bistones. The place appears to have decayed at an early period. Some identify it with the modern Curnu, and others with Bauron.


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