, Strab. ix. p.410
; Apollon. 1.23
; Lycophr. 273), a place in Pieria, where Orpheus was said to have been born, and from which the Muses obtained their epithet of Πιμπληίδες
among the Alexandrian poets. (Orph. Fragm.
46; “Pimplea dulcis,” Hor. Carm. 1.26
. 9; Stat. Silv. 1.4. 26
.) Leake (Northern Greece,
vol. iii. p. 422) identified it with the elevated situation of Litókhoro
and its commanding prospect.