Beyond Abydos are the parts about Ilium, the seacoast as far as Lectum, the places in the Trojan plain, and the country at the foot of Ida, which was subject to Æneas. The poet names the Dardanii in two ways, speaking of them as
calling them Dardanii, and also Dardani;
“ Dardanii governed by the brave son of Anchises,1”Il. ii. 819.
It is probable that the Dardania,3 so called by the poet, was anciently situated there;
“ Troes, and Lycii, and close-fighting Dardani.2”Il. xv. 425.
at present there is not a vestige of a city.
“ Dardanus, the son of cloud-compelling Jupiter, founded Dardania:4”Il. xx. 215.