), the inhabitants of one of the Phocian towns destroyed by Xerxes. (Hdt. 8.33
.) From the order in which it stands in the enumeration of Herodotus, it appears to have stood near the Cephissus, in some part of the plain between Tithorea and Elateia, and is perhaps represented by the ruins at Paleá Fiva.
(Leake, Northern Greece,
vol. ii. p. 89.)