Phylace[pronunciation?] (Greek: Φυλάκη) was a Thessalian city west of the Gulf of Pagasae. According to Greek mythology, this city was founded by Phylacus. In Ancient Greece, Phylace was a kingdom. Its king, Protesilaus, was the first Greek hero killed in the Trojan War. Phylace (Greek: Φυλάκη, Fylaki) today is a tiny village in the Magnesia regional unit, in central Greece, near Almyros.
- Geographical Dictionary of Greek Mythology - Apd.1.9.12; Apd.Ep.3.14; Arg.1.45; Hom.Il.2.695, 2.700, 13.696, 15.335; Hom.Od.11.290, 15.236.
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