a station in Macedonia on the coast and on the Via Egnatia, 8 or 9 miles eastward of Neapolis, is placed by Leake near the end of the passes of the Sapaei, which were formed by the mountainous coast stretching eastward from Kavála.
Tafel considers it to be identical with Christopolis and the modern Kavála.
(Amm. Marc. 27.4
; It. Ant. and Hierocl.; Leake, Northern Greece,
vol. iii. p. 180; Tafel, De Viae Egnatiae Parte Orient.
p. 13, seq.)