(Kalamaki) Corinthia, Greece.
The diolkos, a paved roadway for transporting ships and
cargo across the Isthmus of Corinth, terminated at
Schoinous on the Saronic Gulf (Strab. 8.6.4
, 22; 9.1.2;
Pompon. 2.48; Ptol. 3.16.13; Plin. HN
to Schol. on Pindar Isthm. Argum
., the body of Melikertes, who was worshiped as the god Palaimon at the
Isthmian Sanctuary, was carried here by a dolphin.
71, lines 23-24. H. N. Fowler &
R. Stillwell, Corinth I, i: Introduction. Topography.
(1932) 49; J. R. Wiseman, The Land of the
J. R. WISEMAN