(Mela 2.2.5; Plin. Nat. 4.11. s. 18
, Strabo vii. p.319
, xii. p. 541: Scymn. 727
; Arrian. Per. P. Eux. p 24; Anon. Per. P. Eux. p. 15; Ptol. 3.11.4
; Steph. B. sub voce
a promontory on the Thracian coast of the Euxine, N. of Salmydessus, which was probably at one time in the territories of the Thyni, although Strabo (vii. p.319
) speaks of the district as belonging to the people of Apollonia. Pliny (l.c.
) mentions a town of the same name, which in some maps is placed a little to the south of the promontory, on the site of the modern Inada or Iniada;
but which, according to Dapper (de l'Arohip.
p. 515), is still called Thinno.