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[676] Κράπαθον: “Κάρπαθον”, cf. “καρδίη” and “κραδίη”. See § 13. Carpathus is an island between Rhodes and Crete which gave its name to the Ca <*>thian sea.

<*>where “Κόως” in Homer; an island off Cnidus and Halicarnassus. It was the birthplace of Ptolemy Philadelphus, and is celebrated by Theocritus in his viith and xviith idyls.

Εὐρυπύλοιο: king of Cos. He was slain by Heracles on the latter's return from Troy (14.250 ff.). His daughter Chalciope bore to Heracles a son Thessalus, v. 679.

Καλύδνας: small islands near Cos.

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