, Ptol. 3.6.4
, Scymn. Frag
. cxlviii; Κιμμερικόν
, Strab. xi. p.494
; Cimmerium, Pomp. Mela, 1.19.15), a town of the Cimmerian Bosporus which Pliny says was situated “ultimo in ostio,” and was formerly called CERBERION
(6.6). Clarke (Trav.
vol. ii. p. 67) identifies it with Temruk;
Forbiger (vol. iii. p. 1128) with Eskikrimm.