Olynthus

Olynthus (Ὄλυνθος Olinthos, named for the olunthos, the fruit of the wild fig tree) was an ancient city of Chalcidice, built mostly on two flat-topped hills 30–40m in height, in a fertile plain at the head of the Gulf of Torone, near the neck of the peninsula of Pallene, about 2.5 kilometers from the sea, and about 60 stadia (c. 9–10 k...
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olynthus

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Olynthus

[butterfly] Olynthus is a Neotropical genus of butterfly in the family Lycaenidae. ...
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Olynthus

Ancient city in Chalcidice, the three-pronged peninsula of Macedonia. It was first inhabited by a Thracian tribe and was later subject to Persia about 512-479 BC. It was then occupied by Greeks...
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Olynthus

ancient Greek city situated on the Chalcidice Peninsula of northwestern Greece. It lay about 1.5 miles (2.5 km) inland from the Gulf of Torone of the ... [9 related articles]
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Olynthus

Olynthus (ōlin'thus) , ancient city of Greece, on the peninsula of Chalcidice (now Khalkidhikí), NE of Potidaea. A league of Chalcidic cities grew up in the late 5th cent. B.C., and Olynthus, as the head of this Chalcidian League, vigorously opposed the threats of Athens and Sparta....
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