Aedepsus or Aidepsos (Ancient Greek: Αἴδηψος) was a town upon the northwestern coast of ancient Euboea, 160 stadia from Cynus on the opposite coast of the Opuntian Locris. It contained warm baths sacred to Heracles, which were used by the Roman dictator Sulla. These warm baths are still found about a mile (1.5 km) above the modern town of Aidipsos.
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- Plutarch Sull. 26, Symp. 4.4, where Γάληψος is a false reading
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- Ptolemy. The Geography. 3.15.23.
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- Richard Talbert, ed. (2000). Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World. Princeton University Press. p. 55, and directory notes accompanying.
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