- Diocese of Amyclae
The Diocese or Bishopric of Amyclae is a titular Roman Catholic see named for Amyclae (now Amykles) in the Peloponnese in Greece, in the ecclesiastical province of Hellas, a suffragan of Corinth, and in the Middle Ages a Latin see known to the French rulers of Achaia as "Micles", or "Nicles", afterwards united with the sees of Veligosti and Leontari (Megalopolis).
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