Mylai (Thessaly) 4 Vlakhoyanni - Μυλαί

Μυλαί - Mylai, Classical to Roman polis near Vlakhoyanni in Larisa Thessaly
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Latitude: 39.753800
Longitude: 22.098700
Confidence: Low

Greek name: Μυλαί
Place ID: 398221PMyl
Time period: CHR
Region: Thessaly
Country: Greece
Department: Larisa
Mod: Vlakhoyanni

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Modern Description: A city captured and burned by Perseus, identified by Stahlin with the steep hill between Damasi and Damasouli near Phalanna. There are remains of a wall around a small acropolis at the W end, and a larger circuit of rough polygonal blocks of yellowish limestone. There were round towers at three corners and probably at the fourth. Much of the wall now visible belongs to Byzantine rebuilding. The Hellenistic remains are chiefly in the stretch of wall N of the E tower. The identification was questioned by Philippson-Kirsten on the grounds that the site seemed typically mediaeval. In support of the identification, Stahlin reported a dedicatory inscription found in Damasi which refers to the Mother of the Gods of Mylai. (M. H. MCALLISTER)

Info: Princeton Encyclopedia

(Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites, from Perseus Project)


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