Mount Tityros

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Mount Tityros is a hill landform in western Crete in the vicinity of the modern-day city of Chania, Greece. In ancient times Mount Tityros was associated with the early Cretan city of Kydonia.[1][2] Residents of the ancient city of Kydonia dedicated a temple to the goddess Britomartis on Mount Tityros.[3]

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  1. ^ Strabo (7 BC) Geographica
  2. ^ Robert Pashley (1837) Travels in Crete, J. Murray
  3. ^ C. Michael Hogan, Cydonia, The Modern Antiquarian, Jan. 23, 2008