), a town of Thessaly, mentioned by Homer along with Boebe and Iolcos (II.
2.712; comp. Steph. B. sub voce
but of which the name does not subsequently occur. Leake conjectures that it is represented by the Hellenic ruins situated upon one of the hills above the modern village of Káprena,
between Boebe and Iolcos.
The entire circuit of the citadel on the summit of the hill may be traced, and on its lower side part of the wall is still standing. (Leake, Northern Greece,
vol. iv. p. 432.)