, Strab. xvii. p.836
, 4.3.14; Κόραξ
, Stadiasm. p. 836), a seaport town, belonging to the Carthaginians, at the bottom of the Great Syrtis, very near the frontier of Cyrenaica; whence wine was exported to Cyrenaica, and silphium
smuggled in return. (Strab. l.c.
) Its position, like that of so many other places on the Great Syrtis, can hardly be determined with certainty.
A full discussion of these localities will be found in Barth (Wanderungen,