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Tegyra (Ancient Greek: Τεγύρα), also: Tegyrae (Ancient Greek: Τεγύραι - Tegyrai) was the site of an oracle of Apollo in ancient Greece. It was located north of Lake Copais, 5 km northeast of Orchomenus in Boeotia. Its location has been identified as that of the present village Pyrgos.[1] It was the site of the Battle of Tegyra in 375 BC.

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  1. ^ TEGYRA (Pyrgos) Boiotia, Greece, entry in The Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites.

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