Tegyra (Ancient Greek: Τεγύρα or Τέγυρα), also: Tegyrae (Ancient Greek: Τεγύραι, romanized: Tegyrai) was a town of ancient Boeotia, the site of an oracle and temple of Apollo, who was even said to have been born there. It was located north of Lake Copais, 5 km (3 mi) northeast of Orchomenus, situated above the marshes of the river Melas. Its location has been identified near the present village Poligira. It was the site of the Battle of Tegyra in 375 BCE.
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