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Drepănum（Δρέπανον). A sickle.1.Also Drepăna (τὰ Δρέπανα), more rarely Drepăné (Trapani), a seaport town in the northwest corner of Sicily, founded by the Carthaginians. It was here that Anchises died, according to Vergil.2.Also Drepané, a town in Bithynia, the birthplace of Helena (q.v.), mother of Constantine the Great, in whose honour it was called Helenopolis and made an important place.3.The ancient name of Corcyra.Harry Thurston Peck. Harpers Dictionary of Classical Antiquities. New York. Harper and Brothers. 1898.The National Endowment for the Humanities provided support for entering this text.
CHAP. 19. (12.)—THE ISLANDS WHICH LIE BEFORE THE LANDS ALREADY MENTIONED.Lying opposite to Thesprotia, at a distance of twelve miles from Buthrotus, and of fifty from Acroceraunia, is the island of Corcyra1, with a city of the same name, the citizens of which are free; also a town called Cassiope2, and a temple dedicated to Jupiter Cassius. This island is ninety-seven miles in length, and in Homer has the names of Scheria and Phæacia; while Callimachus calls it Drepane. There are some other islands around it, such as Thoronos3, lying in the direction of Italy, and the two islands of Paxos4 in that of Leucadia, both of them five miles distant from Corcyra. Not far5 from these, and in front of Corcyra, are Ericusa, Marathe, Elaphusa, Malthace, Trachie, Pythionia, Ptychia, Tarachie, and, off Phalacrum6, a promontory of Corcyra, the rock into which (according to the story, which arises no doubt from the similarity of appearance) the ship of Ulysses was changed.
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