breach, a town in the south of Italy, on the Strait of Messina, at which Paul touched on his way to Rome (Acts 28:13). It is now called Rheggio.
The consul left behind a garrison in Messana and sailed back to rhegium.
The territory and town they at once handed over to the people of rhegium.
They report that they met a great gale off rhegium, and towards the end of it saw a vessel sink.
From time to time Philo went down to rhegium to gather news of what was passing.
Ibycus was a native of rhegium, a colony of mixed Ionians and Dorians.
The laws of Charondas were marked by a Androdamas of rhegium.
The next station was at rhegium, where they lay, awaiting a favorable wind, for one day.
The Syracusans were deaf to the warnings of Hermocrates until the great fleet had actually arrived at rhegium.
They were instructed to take station at rhegium, and cut off the daring intruder as he passed through the strait.
It seemed very inconsistent to take sides with the rebels of Messina, when they had punished so severely those of rhegium.