Today, the area corresponds to modern southwestern Arcadia, west of Megalopoli, and southeastern Elis. The nymph of Artemis named Callisto, whom the goddess Hera made into a bear and Zeus later made into the constellation Ursa Major, was said to come from Parrhasia. Athenaios mentions a famous beauty context there.
- Phigalia — in Parrhasia, but in an isolated area on the frontier of the Messenia region, which had access to the sea and whose causes they often joined.
- Harry Thurston Peck. Harpers Dictionary of Classical Antiquities. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1898. (Parrasia). A district in the south of Arcadia. The adjective Parrhasius is frequently used by the poets as equivalent to Arcadian.
- F.A. Cooper. "The Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites". Perseus. Retrieved 4 August 2019.
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