Cypsela or Kypsela (Ancient Greek: Κυψέλα or Κύψελα), was an ancient Greek town on the river Hebrus in ancient Thrace, which was once an important place on the Via Egnatia. Antiochus besieged Cypsela and its citizens surrendered and became allies with Antiochus.
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- Pomponius Mela. De situ orbis. 2.2.
- Pliny. Naturalis Historia. 4.18.
- Polyaenus, Strategems, § 4.16.1
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