Mycale   - in ancient sources @

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  Mycale   - a mountain on the coast of Ionia, Anatolia
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AnthPal_7.397   beats on the shore near Mycale where the wild-goats feed,
Just_2.14   ought by sea near the mountain Mycale, on the coast of Asi
Nepos_5.2   On a second occasion, off Mycale, ** he totally defeated a
Plin:HN_5.135   the three Trogiliae near Mycale, Phulios, Argennos, Sandalios, and
Polyaen_1.33.1   naval battle near Mycale, Leotychides observed that the
Polyaen_7.45.1   alone on the heights of Mycale, supposedly because they
ValMax_6.9e.5   the highest peak of Mount Mycale. There the city of Samos,

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