). A name given to the harbour of Troezen from its
shape, being formed by a curved strip of land which resembled a beard (πώγων
): hence arose the proverbial joke, πλεύσειας εἰς
, which was addressed to those whose chins were but scantily provided.
Herodotus says that the Greek ships were ordered to assemble there prior to the battle of
Salamis. See Troezen