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Cephissus

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Cephissus (ancient Greek: Κήφισσος; ), Cephisus, Kephisos, or Kifisos may refer to:

Cephissus (Argolis), a river in Argolis, a tributary of the Inachus River
Cephissus (Boeotia), a river in northern Boeotia
Cephissus (Athenian plain), a river in Attica flowing through the Athenian plain
Cephissus (Eleusis), a tributary of the Saronic Gulf from the Eleusinian plain
Cephissus (Salamis), a river on Salamis Island
Cephissus (mythology), a man changed into a sea monster by Apollo
Cephissus, a Martian canal, per List of Martian canals
Battle of the Cephissus, 15 March 1311 conflict between the Frankish Greek forces of Walter V of Brienne and the mercenaries of the Catalan Company
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    Cephissus

    Cephissus

    River in Greece

    • Desc: Cephissus is a river flowing through the Athens agglomeration, Greece. The Bibliotheca declares that Erechtheus' wife Praxithea was daughter of Phrasimus by Diogenia daughter of Cephissus.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cephissus_(Athenian_plain)
    • Type: Place, RiverBodyOfWater, TouristAttraction, BodyOfWater, Thing
    • Result Score: 349.44
    Cephissus

    Cephissus

    River

    • Desc: The Cephissus, called the Boeotian Cephissus to distinguish it from other rivers of the same name, or Kifisos is a river in central Greece. In Greek mythology the river god Cephissus was associated with this river. The river rises at Lilaia in Phocis, on the northwestern slope of Mount Parnassus. It flows east through the Boeotian plain, passing the towns Amfikleia, Kato Tithorea and Orchomenos.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cephissus_(Boeotia)
    • Type: Place, Thing, BodyOfWater, RiverBodyOfWater
    • Result Score: 108.43
    Battle of Halmyros

    Battle of Halmyros

    Battle

    • Desc: The Battle of Halmyros, known by earlier scholars as the Battle of the Cephissus or Battle of Orchomenos, was fought on 15 March 1311, between the forces of the Frankish Duchy of Athens and its vassals under Walter of Brienne against the mercenaries of the Catalan Company, resulting in a decisive victory for the Catalans.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Halmyros
    • Type: Event, Thing
    • Result Score: 5.50

    Cephissus Creek

    Creek in Australia

    • Type: Thing, Place
    • Result Score: 2.09

    Academus

    Greek hero

    Echo and Narcissus

    Echo and Narcissus

    Painting by John William Waterhouse

    Amfikleia

    Amfikleia

    Town in Greece

    • Desc: Amfikleia is a town and a former municipality in Phthiotis, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Amfikleia-Elateia, of which it is a municipal unit.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amfikleia
    • Type: Thing, Place, City
    • Result Score: 0.00

    Eridanos

    Stream

    • Desc: Eridanos was the small stream that flowed from a source in the foothills of the Lykabettos, through the Agora of ancient Athens in Greece to the archaeological site of the Kerameikos, where its bed is still visible.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eridanos_(Athens)
    • Type: Place, Thing, BodyOfWater, RiverBodyOfWater
    • Result Score: 0.00
    Kato Tithorea

    Kato Tithorea

    Town in Greece

    • Desc: Kato Tithorea is a town in Phthiotis, in central Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Amfikleia-Elateia, of which it is the seat. It has a population 1,841 according to the 2011 Greek census.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kato_Tithorea
    • Type: Thing, Place, City
    • Result Score: 0.00
    Akraifnio

    Akraifnio

    Village in Greece

    • Desc: Akraifnio, before 1933 known as Karditsa, is a village in Boeotia, Greece. It was the seat of the former municipality Akraifnia, which is a municipal unit of the municipality Orchomenos since the 2011 local government reform. Population 1,058.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akraifnio
    • Type: Thing, Place, City
    • Result Score: 0.00
    Kallidromo

    Kallidromo

    Mountain in Greece

    • Desc: Kallidromo is a mountain in southeastern Phthiotis and northeastern Phocis, in Central Greece. Its maximum elevation is 1,399 m. The Kallidromo lies south of the Malian Gulf, east of Mount Oeta and north of the Cephissus valley. The strategic site of Thermopylae lies north of the mountain. The village of Drymaia is on the mountain. Nearby places are Mendenitsa to the northeast and Amfikleia to the south. The Motorway 1 passes north of the mountain.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kallidromo
    • Type: Place, Thing, Mountain, TouristAttraction
    • Result Score: 0.00
    Treis Gefyres

    Treis Gefyres

    Neighborhood in Athens, Greece

    • Desc: Treis Gefyres meaning 'Three bridges' is a neighborhood in Athens, Greece. It is located in north-west of the centre of Athens, in the point where the railways meets Cephissus river. It borders with Kato Patissia and Peristeri. Its name derived from the bridges that located in this point.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treis_Gefyres
    • Type: Thing, Place
    • Result Score: 0.00

    Daulis

    Town in Greece

    • Desc: Daulis, at a later time Daulia, and also Daulium or Daulion, was a town of ancient Phocis, near the frontiers of Boeotia, and on the road from Orchomenus and Chaeroneia to Delphi.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daulis
    • Type: Thing, Place, City
    • Result Score: 0.00
    Kastellia

    Kastellia

    Village in Greece

    Charmides

    Athenian statesman

    • Desc: Charmides, son of Glaucon, was an Athenian statesman who flourished during the 5th century BC. An uncle of Plato, Charmides appears in the Platonic dialogue bearing his name, the Protagoras, and the Symposium, as well as in Xenophon's Symposium, Memorabilia, and Hellenica.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charmides
    • Type: Thing, Person
    • Result Score: 0.00

    Lilaea

    Town

    • Desc: Lilaea or Lilaia, also Lilaeum or Lilaion, was one of the most important ancient Phocian towns, and a polis, built on the north slopes of Mount Parnassus, and at the sources of the Cephissus.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lilaea_(ancient_city)
    • Type: Thing, Place, City
    • Result Score: 0.00

    Ledon

    Town

    • Desc: Ledon was a town of ancient Phocis in Greece, north of Tithorea, the birthplace of Philomelus, the commander of the Phocians in the Third Sacred War. During that war, it was taken by the forces of Philip II of Macedon in 346 BCE.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ledon
    • Type: Thing, Place, City
    • Result Score: 0.00

    Eunostus

    Greek hero

    • Desc: In Greek mythology, Eunostus was a hero of Tanagra, Boeotia. His parents were Elieus, son of Cephissus, and Scias. He was said to have received his name from the nymph Eunosta who reared him.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eunostus_(hero)
    • Type: Thing
    • Result Score: 0.00

    Parapotamii

    Town

    • Desc: Parapotamii or Parapotamioi or Parapotamia, both meaning near the river, was a town of ancient Phocis on the left bank of the Cephissus, and near the frontier of Boeotia.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parapotamii
    • Type: Thing, City, Place
    • Result Score: 0.00

    Pindus

    City

    • Desc: Pindos or Pindus, also called Acyphas or Akyphas, was an ancient city and polis of Greece, one of the towns of the tetrapolis of Doris, situated upon a river of the same name, which flows into the Cephissus near Lilaea.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pindus_(city)
    • Type: Thing, Place, City
    • Result Score: 0.00

    Inachos

    River

    • Desc: The Inachos is a river in the Peloponnese, southern Greece. Its source is in the mountains of western Argolis, near the village Kaparelli. It flows into the Aegean Sea in Nea Kios. The Inachos was named after Inachus, a mythical king of Argos, who introduced civilization to the area. The Inachus rises, according to Pausanias, in Mt. Artemisium, on the borders of Arcadia, or, according to Strabo, in Mt. Lyrceium, a northern offshoot of Artemisium. Near its sources it receives a tributary called the Cephissus, which rises in Mt. Lyrceium It flows in a south-easterly direction, E. of the city of Argos, into the Argolic gulf. This river is often dry in the summer. Between it and the city of Argos is the mountain-torrent named Charadrus, which also rises in Mt.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inachos_(river)
    • Type: Place, Thing, BodyOfWater, RiverBodyOfWater
    • Result Score: 0.00
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