I likewise find it upon several ancient coins of Leucas, and in the large mosaic in the royal palace garden in Athens.
This rock is a promontory on the island of Leucas, upon which was a temple to Apollo.
Nay, flies were adored with the sacrifice of an ox near the temple of Apollo in Leucas.
The cliff of Leucas knew no distinction of sex, and Sappho can be set against Anaxarete.
The fact was, they were sorely afraid of being caught by the Athenians in the island, and so they made safely off to Leucas.
It has already been remarked that an ox was sacrificed to flies near the temple of Apollo in Leucas.
Continet hic Isthmus Leucas admod quingentas circuitu suo, emque occupant Soriqui populi.
There is enough of heart-devouring passion in Sappho's own verse without the legends of Phaon and the cliff of Leucas.
Sailing from Leucas, they made land at the part of the continent opposite Corcyra.
Opposite Acarnania; Leucadia, with the city and headland of Leucas.