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In Herodotus, Themiscyra (Θεμίσκυρα) was the capital of the nation of all-female warriors called Amazons, on the river Thermodon. Themiscyra is also the name of an actual place located in modern-day Turkey, the proximity of which to Troy may help explain why the Amazons reached Troy so quickly in the mythological Trojan War.
- Themiscyra (Pontus), an ancient Greek town located at the site of the current town of Terme, Turkey
- Themiscyra Plain, an ancient plain located in modern-day Turkey
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