Thyssos (Chalkidike) 9 Skala Zographou - Θυσσός

Θυσσός - Thyssos, Classical polis near Skala Zographou in Halkidiki Macedonia
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Latitude: 40.288000
Longitude: 24.158700
Confidence: Low

Greek name: Θυσσός
Place ID: 403242PThy
Time period: C
Region: Macedonia
Country: Greece
Department: Agion Oros
Mod: Skala Zographou

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Modern Description: Thyssos was a city probably on the northwestern part of Athos peninsula. Strabo notes that it was settled by Pelasgians from Lemnos. According to Thucydides it had a mixed (barbarian-Greek) population and its inhabitants were bilingual. During the 5th century it was a member of the Athenian League, but it revolted against Athens in 424/3 under the instigation of Brasidas. In 421, nevertheless it is mentioned as an ally of Athens. Some believe that it was located in the northwestern part of the peninsula between the monasteries of Zografou and Kastamonitou or between the monasteries of Zografou and Docheiariou and others in the northeastern part of Athos on a hill near the monastery of Pantokrator.
Wikidata ID: Q17631597

Info: YP

(Dr. Yannis Papadopoulos, with the support of the Laskaridis Foundation.)


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