The parts between Aulis and the region of Geraestus are called the Hollows of Euboea; for the coast bends inwards
There are now two rivers in Euboea, the Cereus and the Neleus; and the sheep which drink from one of them turn white, and from the other black.
Chalcidian, channel that separates Euboea from Boeotia, part played by it in naval operations before Salamis.
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Perseus Project Index. Total results on 25/7/2001: 99 for Euripus, 32 for Euripos.
Cenaeum (Kenaion: Lithadha), a promontory of Euboea, forming the north-western
extremity of the island, and opposite the Malic gulf. On this promontory was a
temple of Zeus, who was hence called Cenaeus. (Strab. x. pp. 444, 446; Thuc. iii.
93; Ptol. iii. 15. § 23; Plin. iv. 12. s. 21; Liv. xxxvi. 20; Hom. Hymn. in Apoll.
219; Soph. Trach. 238, 753; Ov. Met. ix. 136.)
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