Xanthus

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Xanthus was the principal city in ancient Lycia, on a river of the same name, celebrated for its temples and works of art; it sustained two sieges, the last of which terminated in the self-destruction of its inhabitants; ruins of it exist, and are Cyclopean; also the name of a river in the Troad, called also the Scamander.[1]

References

  1. Nuttall Encyclopedia of General Knowledge, article on Xanthus originally published in 1907 written by Reverend James Wood
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