(Plin. Nat. 4.11. s. 18
; Mela, 2.2.8; Ζώνη
, Herodot. 7.59; Scyl. p. 27; Steph. B. sub voce
p. 291; Schol. Nicand. Ther. 462; Schol. Apoll. Rhod. 1.29), a town on the S. coast of Thrace, on a promontory of the same name, a short distance to the W. of the entrance of the Lacus Stentoris.
According to Apollonius and Mela (ll. cc.
) it was to this place that the woods followed Orpheus, when set in motion by his wondrous music.