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Heraclea, Heracleia or Heraclia (Ancient Greek: Ἡράκλεια) may refer to:

Contents

1 Places

1.1 Ancient cities 1.2 Modern places

2 Other uses

Places[edit]

Heraclea (island), in the Aegean Sea, today called Iraklia or Irakleia

Ancient cities[edit]

Heraclea Cybistra, Konya Province, Turkey

Ereğli, Konya, the modern city

Heracleia by Latmus, near Lake Bafa, Turkey Heraclea Lucania, Lucanian district of southern Italy Heraclea Lyncestis, a town founded by Philip II of Macedon near the modern town of Bitola, Republic of Macedonia Heraclea Minoa, a town on the south coast of Sicily Heraclea Perinthus, Tekirdağ Province, Turkey

Marmara Ereğlisi, the modern city

Heraclea Pontica, Zonguldak Province, Turkey

Karadeniz Ereğli, the modern city

Heraclea Sintica, in Thracian Macedonia Heraclea in Trachis (also called Heraclea Trachinia), south of the river Spercheios to the west of Thermopylae Heraclea, ancient name of Saint-Tropez

Modern places[edit]

Eraclea, Italy Ereğli (other), various places in Turkey Irakleia (other), various places in Greece

Other uses[edit]

Heraclea in Europa (it), a Roman Catholic titular archbishopric Heracleia (festival), ancient festivals honoring the divine hero Heracles Heraclia (moth), a species of moth Battle of Heraclea
Battle of Heraclea
in 280 BC between the Romans and a coalition of Greeks The Heracleia of Peisander of Rhodes, recounting the Labours of Heracles

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