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For the ermine moth genus, see Mieza .
Mieza, "shrine of the Nymphs", was a village in Ancient Macedon, where Aristotle taught the boy Alexander the Great. It was the home to Alexander's companion Peucestas.

Now the site of the modern village NĂ¡ousamarker.

Mieza was named for Mieza, in ancient Macedonianmarker mythology, the daughter of Beres and sister of Olganos and Beroiamarker.

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