Passaron (Greek: Πασσαρών) was an ancient Greek city of Epirus. It was founded by the Molossian king Tharrhypas sometime between 420 and 400 BC as the capital of the Molossian kingdom. Later, in 330 BC, it became the capital of the newfound united kingdom of Epirus until 295 BC, when Pyrrhus of Epirus moved the capital to Amvrakia.
- Rome's Mediterranean Empire Book 41-45 and the Periochae (Oxford World's Classics) (Books 41-45) by Livy and Jane D. Chaplin,2007,page 195,"... had been made public, Anicius returned to winter quarters at Passaron in Epirus. 27. ..."
- Harry Gouva, History of Preveza, 1st edition, 2009, ISBN 978-960-87328-2-7
- A. Vlachopoulou Economou, Ancient Passaron, Website of the Archeological Society in Athens
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