For in the meantime the Athenians had reached Corcyra, where they held a final review of all their forces.
For this cause it was that Periander took vengeance on those of Corcyra.
But Themistocles got scent of their intentions, and fled from Peloponnese to Corcyra, which was under obligations towards him.
Timotheus in his cruise reached Corcyra, and reduced it at a blow.
The unhappy relations of Corinth to her colony Corcyra have already been alluded to (p. 9).
The Athenians and their allies were by this time collected at Corcyra.
It's just that piece, don't you know, about the revolt in Corcyra.'
Corfu or Corcyra, although not the largest, is the most populous of the whole group.
The plan of Gnaeus was to sail direct to Corcyra, because he supposed that he should find the result of the siege still undecided.
Apustius, leaving there thirty ships, sailed by Malea to Corcyra.