: Eth. Κυφαῖος
), a town of Perrhaebia in Thessaly, which supplied 22 ships for the Trojan war.
It is placed by Strabo at the foot of Mt. Olympus. (Hom. Il. 2.748
; Strab. ix. p.441
; Lycophr. 897.)
According to Stephanus (s. v.) there were two cities of the name of Cyphus, one mentioned by Homer, and the other by Lycophron; but in this he appears to have been mistaken. (Hemsterh. ad Arist. Plut.