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Biggest Cities of Europe in 430 BC with a Map

With the help of a map, can you name the biggest cities with an estimated population of over 30,000 in Europe in 430 BC?
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Population figures are calculated from different approximates according to this and this article and 3000 Years of Urban Growth by Tertius Chandler and Gerald Fox.
Both historical and modern-day names accepted.
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Population
Cities
 
175k
Athenai
(Athens)
 
175k
Syrakousai
(Syracuse)
 
100k
Chios
 
100k
Taras
(Taranto)
 
75k
Korinthos
(Corinth)
Population
Cities
70k
Roma
(Rome)
65k
Kroton
(Crotone)
60k
Akragas
(Agrigento)
50k
Capeva
(Capua)
50k
Massalia
(Marseille)
Population
Cities
45k
Veii
(Isola Farnese)
45k
Sparta
40k
Argos
40k
Megalopolis
40k
Metapontum
(Metaponto)
Population
Cities
40k
Thebai
(Thebes)
35k
Cisra
(Cerveteri)
35k
Korkyra
(Corfu)
35k
Pantikapaion
(Kerch)
35k
Pupluna
(Populania)
Population
Cities
35k
Tarchuna
(Tarquinia)
30k
Aegina
30k
Selinous
(Marinella di Selinunte)
30k
Velzna
(Bolsena)
30k
Velch
(Montalto di Castro)
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Level 78
Apr 9, 2022
Very nice, nominated. Felt like I should have gotten a few more.
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Level 55
Apr 10, 2022
Thanks!