Tytheus

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Tythefs or Parapeiros
Origin Mount Erymanthos
Mouth Peiros
38°7′34″N 21°38′30″E / 38.12611°N 21.64167°E / 38.12611; 21.64167Coordinates: 38°7′34″N 21°38′30″E / 38.12611°N 21.64167°E / 38.12611; 21.64167
Basin countries Greece
Location Achaea

Tytheus or Tythefs (Greek: Τυθεύς) is a river in the western part of Achaea, Greece. The river is also known as Parapeiros (Παραπείρος), and was known as Toskesi (Τόσκεσι). The Tytheus river begins in the western part of the Erymanthos mountains. It passes through the municipalities of Tritaia and Fares. It empties into the river Peiros near the village Agios Stefanos.

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The first version of this article has been based in the text of el:Τυθεύς ποταμός of the Greek Wikipedia published under GFDL.