Mount Tityros is a hill landform in western Crete in the vicinity of the modern day city of Chania, Greece. In ancient times Mount Tityros was associated with the early Cretan city of Kydonia. Residents of the ancient city of Kydonia dedicated a temple to the goddess Britomartis on Mount Tityros.
^ Strabo (7 BC) Geographica
^ Robert Pashley (1837) Travels in Crete, J. Murray
^ C. Michael Hogan, Cydonia, The Modern Antiquarian, Jan. 23, 2008
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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