Tiryns

[ tir-inz ]
/ ˈtɪr ɪnz /

noun

an ancient city in Greece, in Peloponnesus: destroyed in 486 b.c. by the Argives; excavated ruins include Cyclopean walls forming part of a great fortress.

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