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An ancient city of Thessaly in northeast Greece. Julius Caesar decisively defeated Pompey nearby in 48 bc.
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(Placename) an ancient town in Thessaly in N Greece. Several major battles were fought nearby, including Caesar's victory over Pompey (48bc)
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an ancient city in central Greece, in Thessaly: site of Caesar's victory over Pompey, 48 b.c.
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