Tamyna or Tamynae / Euboea
If there is rain but the sky is clear you will find the new colony said the Oracle of Delphi.
Phalanthos was on his way to colonize when an oracle came from Delphi: when he felt rain from a clear sky he would get his country and his city. For the present he neither worked out this prophecy on his own nor took it to an interpreter, but steered his fleet for Italy. He was able to beat the savages but not to take a city or subdue territory, and then he remembered the oracle, supposing the god had offered him impossible conditions, since it never rained out of a clear, open sky. He was deeply depressed, and his wife, who had followed him from home, had his head on her lap and was picking off his lice and weeping for love to see all her husband’s plans coming to nothing. Her tears dropped generously, and drenched Phalanthos’s head, and he understood the oracle, because his wife’s name was Aithra ("clear sky") so the very next night he took Tarentum, the greatest and most prosperous of the barbarous cities of the coast."
Tenedos Tetradrachm, Janus-like Female and Male head, double ax, text, "TENEDION"
Thelpusa / Arcadia
Theodosia / Ukraine
Thermae Himeraeae (Termini Imerese)
Thyrreion (or Thyrion), Anaktorion Municipality
Torone / Chalcidice
Tragia, an island off Samos
Traostalos, Minoan Sanctuary
Trapezus / Turkey
Tropaia (Τρόπαια )