Potidaea Definition

pŏtĭ-dēə
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An ancient city of northeast Greece. Founded as a Corinthian colony in 609 bc , it revolted against Athens in 432 but was reconquered in 429 after a two-year siege. Philip of Macedon destroyed the city in 356.
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