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Phygela


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(Φύγελ〈λ〉α, now Kuşadasi), Aegean seaport of Asia Minor. Phygela first appears in Byz. history when St. Willibald (see Hugeburc) visited it in 721; he described it as villa magna. Phygela ...

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