Antigonia Psaphara or Antigonia (Greek: Αντιγόνεια) also transliterated as Antigonea and Antigoneia was a Hellenistic city in Macedon in the district Crusis in Chalcidice, placed by Livy between Aeneia and Pallene. (Liv. xliv. 10.) It is called by Ptolemy (iii. 13. § 38) Psaphara (Psaphara) probably in order to distinguish it from Antigonia in Paeonia. (Leake, Northern Greece, vol. iii. p. 460.)
- This article incorporates text from the public domain Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography by William Smith (1857).
- Smith, William (editor); Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography, "Antigoneia", London, (1854)
- Hazlitt, Classical Gazetteer, "Antigonia"
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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