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This article is about the ancient city in Euboea. For other uses, see Aigai.
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Aegae (Ancient Greek: Αἰγαί Aigai) was an ancient town on the west coast of the island of Euboea, opposite the mainland city of Anthedon. The geographer Strabo records a sanctuary of Aegean Poseidon on a mountain nearby.
- Strabo 9.2.14 and 8.7.4.
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