This town was near the mouth of the Strymon, a river of Thrace, and out of the direct route to Lesbos.
Barbarossa himself was born in Lesbos, probably of a Greek mother.
She also got possession of several islands; and among others, of Lesbos and Samothracia, in which last she founded an asylum.
Archias had gone with Daphne to the island of Lesbos, his mother's native city.
Orpheus was afterwards torn in pieces by the Thracian women, and his head and lyre thrown into the Hebrus, and carried to Lesbos.
From Chios to Lesbos is a voyage of about 400 stadia, with a south wind.
Rumors of these and of similar incidents were probably reported in Lesbos and may have influenced the condition of women there.
As I have met with but one example of this, from Lesbos,7 I will summarize it briefly.
Chios, Lesbos and Samos alone furnished ships; all the rest had commuted for a money payment.
They ought to be under the southern shores of Lesbos by now.
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