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Enipeas (Thessaly)

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Main source  Phthiotis, Greece
Length  84 km
Mouth  Pineios
River mouth  Pineios
Source  Phthiotis
Country  Greece
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The Enipeas (Greek: Ενιπέας) or Enipeus (Ancient Greek: Ἐνιπεύς) is a river in central Greece, tributary of the Pineios. Its source is in the northern part of Phthiotis, on the plateau of Domokos. It course runs through several of the tetrades of ancient Thessaly, from Achaia Phthiotis in South through Phthia to finally flow into the Pineios in Histiaeotis.

Map of Enipeas Potamos, Greece

The banks of the Enipeas constituted the scene of several important battles of history, including those of Cynoscephalae (364 BCE and 197 BCE) and Pharsalus (48 BCE).

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Enipeas (Thessaly) Wikipedia


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