Megara Hyblaea

Local nameMegara Hyblaea
LocationAugusta, Italy

Megara Hyblaea – perhaps identical with Hybla Major – is an ancient Greek colony in Sicily, situated near Augusta on the east coast, 20 kilometres north-northwest of Syracuse, Italy, on the deep bay formed by the Xiphonian promontory. There were at least three cities named "Hybla" in ancient accounts of Sicily which are often confounded with each other, and among which it is sometimes very difficult to distinguish.

Tags Archaeological Site
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Pile capital from Megara… @ Durm, Josef Wilhelm, 1837-1919

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Megara_Hyblaea

Address 96011, Italy

Coordinates 37°12'13.682" N 15°10'57.823" E

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