Phaestus   - in ancient sources @

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  Phaestus   - a city in southern Crete
Wikipedia entry     ☆ DARE (map)
  + Phaestians
Athen_6.261   says that the people of Phaestus have a certain peculiari
Plin:HN_4.59   the interior Gortyna, Phaestus, Cnossus, Polyrrhenum, Myrina,
SEG_51.1056   (242)   i and [city] of Phaistos [to the magistrates] and
Syll_627   (183)   tynians, Knosians, Phaistians, Lyttians, Rhaukians,

  Phaestus 2   - an ancient king of Sicyon
ChronSynt_86 ars Inachus for 42 years Phaestus for 8 years Adrastus for
Euseb]:Chron_175 years. Inachus, for 40 years. Phaestus, for 8 years. Adra

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