). “After Loryma,” says Strabo (p. 656), “is the Cynos-sema, and the island Syme; then Cnidus, &c.” The Cynos-sema is a point on the SW. coast of Caria, opposite to the island of Syme, and it is now called Cape Volpo.
(Hamilton, Researches, &c.
vol. ii. p. 71.) Ptolemy does not mention Cynossema, but he has a cape Onugnathos about this part of Caria, which may be the same as Cynossema. [CARIA
p. 519.] Stephanus (s. v. Κυνὸς σῆμα
) gives an ethnic name Κυνοσσηματεύς.