a town on the Thracian coast of the Propontis, on the road from Apollonia to Selymbria; in it the emperor Aurelian was murdered in A.D. 275. (Eutrop. 9.9
; Vopisc. Aurel.
35; Itin. Ant. pp. 138, 230, 322, where the place is called Cenophrurium.)
It is generally identified with the modern Bivados.