), a place in Galatia, in the territory of the Trocmi, where Cn. Pompeius and L. Lucullus met, when Pompeius came to continue the campaign against Mithridates, and Lucullus surrendered the command to him.
The site is unknown. Plutarch (Plut. Luc. 100.36
) merely says that the two Romans met in a village of Galatia. (See the note in Groskurd's Strabo, vol. ii. p. 512.)