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Map of the Roman Empire - Salmone
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Ancient Salmone (Sammanion): A city of Pisatis in Elis situated on the river Enipeus, said to have been founded by Salmoneus. Modern name is Cape Sidheros.
Salmōna (Σαλμώνη) or Salmonia. A town of Elis, in the district Pisatis, on the river Enipeus, said to have been founded by Salmoneus. - Harry Thurston Peck. Harpers Dictionary of Classical Antiquities. New York. Harper and Brothers. 1898.
Salmons, a town of Pisatis, in Elis, near Letrini N.e. Founded by Salmoneus.
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SALMOŽNE (Σαλμώνη, Steph.B. s. v.; Strab.; Σαλμωνία, Diod. 4.68: Eth., Σαλμωνία, Σαλμωνείτης, Steph. B. sub voce the form Σαλμωνείτης presupposes a form Σαλμώνεια, which probably ought to be read in Diodorus instead of Σαλμωνία), an ancient town of Pisatis in Elis, said to have been founded by Salmoneus, stood near Heracleia at the sources of the Enipeus or Barnichius, a branch of the Alpheius. Its site is uncertain. (Strab. viii. p.356; Diod. l.c.; Apollod. 1.9.7; Steph. B. sub voce l.c.）- Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography (1854) William Smith, LLD, Ed.
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