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city, ancient Greece: see HeliceHelice
or Helike
, ancient city of Achaea, N Peloponnesus, near the mouth of the Selinous River, 20 mi (32 km) E of Pátrai. Noted for its sanctuary of Poseidon, Helice was a seat of the First Achaean League. It was destroyed by an earthquake and tsunami in 373 B.
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5 /m) and the epicenter was probably between Helike and Xylocastro faults--Xylocastro fault is situated in eastward prolongation of Pirgaki fault (Hatzfeld et al.
The earthquake could be related to the Helike fault or to another one further north-offshore.
Existe otra serie de textos que se refieren a la fundacion de Akra Leuke y a la muerte de Amilcar en las proximidades de Helike, ciudades que tradicionalmente se han situado en el area alicantina, aunque sin ninguna base solida (Abad y Abascal 1992).
ONCE again an archaeologist is intent on distorting legend to fit in with a pet theory, as witnessed last week in BBC2's Horizon show Helike - The Real Atlantis.
The classical Greek city of Helike disappeared under water after a massive earthquake, inspiring the myth of Atlantis.