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P. ] Acmis. ACIRIS a river of Lucania, mentioned both by Pliny and Strabo, as flowing near to Heraclea on the N. side, as the Siris did on the S. It is still called the Acri or Agri, and has a course of above 50 miles, rising in the Apennines near Alarsico Nuovo, and flowing into the Gulf of Tarontuni, a little to the N. of Policoro, the site of the ancient Heraclea. (Plin. iii. 11. s. 15; Strab. The Acimos of the Itinerary is supposed p. ) by Cluverius to be a corruption of this name, but it would appear to be that of a town, rather than a [E.
Met. 2. river of Elis, a tributary of the Alpheius. 413): pocula Achelota, i. e. water in general (Vu-g. (Strab. p. 344; Leake, Morea, vol. ii. p. ) Georg. i. 9): Achelo'ius heros, that is, Tydeus, A'CHERON CAx^pwu), a small river in Bratson of Oeneus, king of Calydon, Achehtus here tium, near Pandosia. Its name is mentioned in being equivalent to Aetolian. (Stat. Theb. ii. ) banks that Alexander, king of Epirus, fell in battle river of Thessaly, in the district of Malis, 2. flowing near Lamia.
Xxxiii. 29; 12; 'AKpaicpiai, Strab. p. 410; 'A/cpai