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In 461 BC, Pagae was occupied by Athens because they wanted a naval base of operations on the Gulf of Corinth. With the peace treaty between Athens and Sparta, Pagae came under the influence of Megara.
Since 193 BC Pagae has been an independent member of the Achaean League.
Not until the time of the Turks the town was given up.
Remains of the city walls can be seen today near the modern village of Alepochóri.
- Smith, Philip J. The archaeology and epigraphy of Hellenistic and Roman Megaris, Greece. Oxford: John and Erica Hedges Ltd, 2008.