), a promontory formed by the western termination of Mount Mycale, opposite the island of Samos. Close to this promontory there was an island bearing the same name. (Strab. xiv. p.636
; Steph. B. sub voce Τρώγιλος,
according to whom it was also called Trogilia; Act. Apost.
20.15, where its name is Trogyllion.) Pliny (5.31. s. 37
) speaks of three islands being called Trogiliae, their separate names being Philion, Argennon, and Sandalion.