(Üçğagiz, formerly Tristomo) Lycia, Turkey.
It is on the coast, a dependency of the
neighboring city of Tyberissos and known only from an
inscription found on that site. The ruins include a great
number of tombs, mostly sarcophagi with “Gothic” or
rounded lids, closely packed along the shore, a small fort on a knoll, and a rock-cut quay backed by a sunken road also cut in the rock.
E. Petersen & F. von Luschan, Reisen
(1889) II 55-59.