: Eth. Ἱππολαΐτης
, fern Ἱππολαῖτις
), a town of Laconia, a little north-west of the promontory of Taenarum, in ruins in the time of Pausanias.
It contained a temple of Athena Hippolaitis.
It stood either at Kipúla,
which is apparently a corruption of the ancient name, or at the ruins called κάστρον τῆς ὡραίας
on the highest point of the peninsula of Kavo Grosso.
vol. i. p. 287, Peloponnesiaca,
p. 175; Boblaye, Recherches, &c.
p. 91; Curtius, Peloponnesos,
vol. ii. p. 282.)