Hysiai (Boeotia) 21 Erythres - Υσία

Ὑσία - Hysiai, scant traces of an Archaic to Roman polis by Pantanassa chapel E of Erythres (ex-Kriekouki) in Viotia Central Greece
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Latitude: 38.222400
Longitude: 23.340500
Confidence: Medium

Greek name: Ὑσία
Place ID: 382233PHys
Time period: ACHR
Region: Central Greece
Country: Greece
Department: Viotia
Mod: Erythres

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Modern Description: Thought to be situated on the road from Eleusis to Thebes, on the N slope of Mt. Kithairon near Kriekouki on the Pantanassa peak. Noted as early as Kleomenes' Invasion in 507 B.C., it played an important role in the Plataians' invasion (Hdt. 5.74, 6.108). It was in ruins in Pausanias' day (9.1.6; 2.1; cf. Strab. 9.2.12).
Wikidata ID: Q17627339

Info: Princeton Encyclopedia

(Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites, from Perseus Project)

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