, Plb. 4.11
, Plut. Cleom
. 26), a mountain and fortress situated in a pass between Stymphalus and Caphyae. Leake places it on a small advanced height of Mt. Skipézi,
projecting into the Stymphalian plain, on the crest of which are the foundations of a Hellenic wall, formed of large quadrangular stones. (Leake, Morea,
vol. iii. p. 114; Boblaye, Récherches, &c.
p. 154; Curtius, Peloponnesos,
vol. i.p. 217.)