After a few days he escaped from prison to Aegina, and thence to Troezen.
At noon we were at the ruins of Troezen, and so almost home.
Thus there was an Amphictyony of seven cities at the holy island of Caluria, close to the harbor of Troezen.
This is the story as told by Zenodotus of Troezen, but many contradict it.
In the meanwhile the little child at Troezen on the other side of the sea had grown to be a man.
These happenings were in Troezen, in which place Ægeus had been sojourning.
In this manner he conducted him to the upper-world, through an opening near Troezen in Argolia.
The population had taken refuge in Salamis, gina, and Troezen.
Hippolytus, too, at the gates of Troezen, was "without form and without colour" only he was dead.