[luh-ris-uh; Greek lah-ree-sah]
- a city in E Thessaly, in E Greece.
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It has a citadel called Larisa, a hill moderately fortified, and upon it a temple of Jupiter.
Theopompus mentions a city Larisa, situated on the immediate confines of this country.
They took Larisa,1521 founded Cyme, and transferred to it as settlers the surviving Pelasgi.
At Larisa Phriconis Piasus is said to receive great honours.
- a city in E Greece, in E Thessaly: fortified by Justinian; annexed to Greece in 1881. Pop: 130 000 (2005 est)
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