), a town on the coast of Pontus Cappadocius, 90 stadia to the east of Argyria, and 100 to the west of Coralla. (Arrian, Peripl. Pont. Eux.
p. 17; Anonym. Peripl. P. E.
p. 13; Plin. Nat. 6.4
.) Cramer (Asia Minor,
i. p. 283) is inclined to identify it with the modern Helehou,
about half-way between Keresoun
while Hamilton (Researches,
i. p. 254) seeks its site near the promontory of Kara Bouroun,
where a large river falls into the sea, which is more in accordance with Pliny's words.