(Mela, 2.2.5), or PHILIAS (Tab. Peut.;
Geog. Rav. 4.6, 5.12; Φιλέας, Scymn. 5.722
; Steph. B. sub voce
698, who, however, has also the forms Φιλέα
and Φινέα; Φιλία,
Anon. B. Per. P. Eux.,
who also says that it was called Φρυγία,
with which name it is likewise found in Arrian, Per. P. Eux.
p. 25; comp. Zosim. 1.34), a town on the coast of Thrace, built by the Byzantines, on a promontory of the same name.
It still exists under the slightly altered appellation of Fillea