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Acamantis (Greek: Ακαμαντίς) was one of the phylai (tribes) of classical Athens, created during the reforms of Cleisthenes. It was named after the legendary hero Acamas, and included the demes of Cholargos, Eiresidai, Eitea, Hagnous, Hermos, Iphistiadai, Kephale, Kerameis, Kikynna, Kyrteidai, Poros, Prospalta, Sphettos and Thorikos.
- Traill, John S., The political organization of Attica: a study of the demes, trittyes, and phylai, and their representation in the Athenian Council, Princeton : American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA), 1975
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