Abdera

Abdera (ăbdē'ru) or Avdira (ävdē'rä) , town, NE Greece, in Thrace, near the mouth of the Mesta River. It is a small agricultural settlement. Founded (c.650 B.C.) by colonists from Clazomenae, it was destroyed by the Thracians (c.550 B.C.) and rebuilt (c.500 B.C.) ...
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Abdera

Abdera was an ancient Greek city supposedly founded by Hercules in honour of his friend Abderus.
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Abdera

in ancient Greece, town on the coast of Thrace near the mouth of the N├ęstos River. The people of Teos, evacuating Ionia when it was overrun by the ... [1 related articles]
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Abdera

Town in ancient Thrace on the Aegean Sea (now in ruins); the birthplace of the philosopher Democritus and the sophist Protagoras. Its inhabitants had a reputation for stupidity, and `Abderite`...
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