Achelous - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a river in western Greece, between Acarnania and Aetolia.
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with unmixed wine (the river Achelous represents water).
ucydides: `For the river Achelous flowing from Mount Pindu
follows: `For the river Achelous flows from Mount Pindus
the Nile and the Achelous, produce this substance. Some
should first cross the Achelous, should possess the city
(289) itory beyond [(?) the river Acheloös. The temp
(272-260) ing as a border the river Acheloos, as far as the
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