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5th century BCE
The site of Hippolytos' death became a sacred place following his demise, with people bringing in offerings. By the time of the Peloponnesian War, the Daughters of Artemis had also made a campsite there.
Years before meeting the Sparta misthios Kassandra, Barnabas and his crew found a mauled, dying man on the nearby beach. Before he passed away, the man warned Barnabas of the beast haunting the region.
During the Peloponnesian War, Kassandra explored the area, finding it largely uninhabited. One reason for this was the beast, which Kassandra hunted down and slew at the request of Daphnae, the leader of the Daughters of Artemis.