), a promontory on the coast of Cilicia, between cape Aphrodisias in the west and cape Sarpedon in the east. On or close to it was a small town of the same name (Plin. Nat. 5.22
; Stadiasm. Mar. Mag.
§§ 165, 166.)
As the Stadiasmus calls Mylas a cape and chersonese, Leake (Asia Minor,
p. 205) is inclined to identify it with cape Cavaliere,
which answers exactly to that description.