), also Scylacēum
), or Scylletium
). Now Squillace. A Greek town on the east coast of
Bruttium, situated on the two adjoining hills at a short distance from the Coast, between the
rivers Caecinus and Carcines. From this town the Scylacius or Scylletĭcus Sinus
) derived its name. It was at one time a
dependency of Crotona, but was colonized by the Romans in B.C. 124, and again under Nerva.