Heraclea Lucania  

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Heraclea (also Heracleia or Herakleia; Greek: Template:Polytonic) was an ancient city of Magna Graecia, situated in Lucania on the Gulf of Tarentum (modern Gulf of Taranto), but a short distance from the sea, and between the rivers Aciris (modern Agri) and Siris (modern Sinni), the site of which is located in the modern comune of Policoro, Province of Matera, Basilicata, Italy.

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