Thocnia or Thoknia (Ancient Greek: Θωκνία), or Thocneia or Thokneia (Θώκνεια), was a town of ancient Arcadia in the district Parrhasia, situated upon a height on the river Aminius, which flows into the Helisson (the present Elissonas), a tributary of the Alpheius. The town was said to have been founded by Thocnus, a son of Lycaon, and was deserted in the time of Pausanias (2nd century), as its inhabitants had been removed to Megalopolis.
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