Heraclea

Heraclea , Heracleia or Heraclia may refer to:

Places

Island

* Heraclea (island) was the name of one of the Sporades, between Naxos and Ios, which is still called Raklia, and bears traces of a Greek township with temples to Tyche and Zeus Lophites.

Ancient cities

The name of several Greek cities named after Heracles. [Michael Avi Yonab, Israel Shatzman (1976), "Illustrated Encyclopaedia of the Classical World", Jerusalem: The Jerusalem Publishing House Ltd. SNB 562 000372p 230] [ H. B. Walters (editor), (1916), "A Classical Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities, Biography, Geography and Mythology" pp 480-481 ] [Lauffer, Siegfried, (1989)"Griechenland: Lexikon der historischen Stätten von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart", München: C.H. Beck' sche Verlagsbuchhandlung (Oscar Beck), ISBN 3406333028, pp 264-5] [ von Hubert Cancik, Helmuth Schneider (Herausgebers) (editors), (1999) "Der Neue Pauly. Enzyklopädie der Antike", Stuttgart; Weimar: J.B. Metzler'sche Verlags, Band (Vol.) 4, ISBN 3-476-01470-3, pp 364-7 ]

* Heraclea Cybistra; an ancient city at Ereğli district, Konya Province of Turkey

* Heracleia by Latmus; an ancient city near Lake Bafa, at Kapıkırı village in Milas district, Muğla Province, Turkey

* Heraclea Lucania; an ancient city of the Lucanian district of southern Italy

* Heraclea Lyncestis; an ancient town founded by Philip II of Macedon near the modern town of Bitola, Republic of Macedonia

* Heraclea Minoa; an ancient town on the south coast of Sicily, Italy

* Heraclea Perinthus; an ancient city at Marmara Ereğli district of Tekirdağ Province, Turkey

* Heraclea Pontica; an ancient city at Karadeniz Ereğli in the Zonguldak Province of Turkey

* Heraclea Sintica; an ancient city in Thracian Macedonia, Bulgaria.

* Heraclea Trachinia; was a region and city in ancient Greece. Situated south of the river Spercheios, to the west of Thermopylae.

Modern places

* see Irakleia for modern places in Greece

pecies

* Heraclia (moth); a specy of moth genus

Notes


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