Lampsacus

Lampsacus (s; Λάμψακος, Lampsakos) was an ancient Greek city strategically located on the eastern side of the Hellespont in the northern Troad. An inhabitant of Lampsacus was called a Lampsacene. The name has been transmitted in the nearby modern town of Lapseki. ==Ancient history== Originally known as Pityusa or Pityussa (Πιτυούσ(
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Lampsacus

ancient Greek city on the Asiatic shore of the Hellespont, best known for its wines, and the chief seat of the worship of Priapus, a god of ... [1 related articles]
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Lampsacus

Ancient Greek colony in Mysia, Asia Minor, on the Hellespont and opposite the modern Gallipoli. It was produced good wine and was the chief seat of the worship of the fertility god Priapus. The...
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Lampsacus

Lampsacus (lămp'sukus) , ancient Greek city of NW Asia Minor, on the Hellespont (now Dardanelles) opposite Callipolis (now Gallipoli). It was colonized in the 7th cent. B.C. by Greeks from Phocaea. Artaxerxes I assigned the city to Themistocles. After the battle of Mycale (479 B.C.) the ci...
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