Then, inviting all who wished to join them, they started out for Aulis, where they formed a huge army.
And as the curtain rose, "And here are the gulfs of Aulis, and the Greek host."
We may therefore conclude that Aulis was situated on the rocky peninsula between these two bays.
It is a small town of the Tanagræans, at the distance of 30 stadia from Aulis.
Among other things we have reason to believe that he wrote some parts of the Iphigenia in Aulis.
Iphigeneia was brought to Aulis, he says, under the pretence that she was to wed Achilles.
The fleet was wind-bound at Aulis, because the Greeks had offended Artemis.
And didst thou receive a bath from thy mother, sent to Aulis?
The Iphigeneia in Aulis was written in the last year of the poet's life.
The Fleet is at Aulis, waiting until the process of raising the wind shall have been concluded.