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Skias (Ancient Greek: Σκιάς) was a settlement in ancient Arcadia. It was mentioned by Pausanias who visited the region in the 2nd century AD. It was 13 stadia (2 km) from Megalopolis, and 10 stadia from Charisia. Pausanias mentioned the ruins of the temple of Artemis Skiatis.[1] The location of Skias is unknown today.


  1. ^ Pausanias Description of Greece 8.35.5