Galepsus or Galepsos (Ancient Greek: Γαληψός) was a town on the north coast of the peninsula of Sithonia, Chalcidice, ancient Macedonia. William Martin Leake states that Galepsus was the same place afterwards called Physcella, a distinction which was required, as there was another Galepsus at no great distance.
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