Locris

Locris (/ˈlkrɪs, ˈlɒk-/;[1][2] Modern Greek: Λοκρίδα, romanized: Lokrída; Ancient Greek: Λοκρίς, romanized: Lokrís) was a region of ancient Greece, the homeland of the Locrians, made up of three distinct districts.

Locris
Λοκρίς
Region of Ancient Greece
The mountains of Ozolian Locris, looking towards Naupactus, engraving by the Scottish artist Hugh William Williams
Map showing the location of Locris.
LocationCentral Greece
Major citiesAmphissa, Naupactus
DialectsDoric