Parrhasia (Ancient Greek: Παρρασία) was an ancient region of South Arcadia, Greece.
Parrhasia is mentioned in Homer’s Iliad in the Catalogue of Ships.
It is said to have been named by Parrhasus, who was a son of Lycaon.
Mythology of Parrhasia
The nymph of Artemis named Callisto was said to have come from Parrhasia.
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