After Chelonatas comes the long seashore of the Pisatans; and
then Cape Pheia. And there was also a small town called Pheia: "beside the walls
of Pheia, about the streams of Iardanus,"for there is also a small river nearby.
According to some, Pheia is the beginning of Pisatis. Off Pheia lie a little island
and a harbor, from which the nearest distance from the sea to Olympia is one hundred
and twenty stadia. Then comes another cape, Ichthys, which, like Chelonatas, projects
for a considerable distance towards the west; and from it the distance to Cephallenia
is again one hundred and twenty stadia. Then comes the mouth of the Alpheius which
is distant two hundred and eighty stadia from Chelonatas, and five hundred and
forty five from Araxus.
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