Mycale

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Myc·a·le

 (mĭk′ə-lē)
A promontory of western Asia Minor. In 479 bc it was the site of a major Greek victory over the Persian fleet.
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The burglary suspect was later identified as 21-year-old Mykale B.
The editors refer to Herodotus' 'change of gear' (crediting the phrase to Alan Griffiths) when he segues from historical to mythic moments in the Mykale logos.
He uses it elsewhere only of Doriskos, Argilos, Artemision, and Mykale.