A town in Eubœa on the strait of the euripus which separates the island of Eubœa from the mainland.
Salganeus is a place situated near the euripus, upon a height.
Opposite Bœotia, from which it is separated by the strait named euripus, Eubœa, the most extensive of all; 76 geog.
Whan fortune Fortune is as inconstant as the ebb and flow of euripus.
Antiochus pitched his camp at Salganea, while himself, with the Aetolian chiefs, crossed the euripus in the ships.
No longer therefore is there the sound either of birds or of the sea, but silence of the winds reigns about this euripus.
It is said by some that he there died of vexation because he could not discover the cause of the flux and reflux of the euripus.
He remarks, "the sea-port, although separated from the island by the narrow strait of euripus, is styled its wing."
The great men of the land have as many turns in their course as the euripus or the Missouri.
euripus, ū-rī′pus, n. an arm of the sea with strong currents: the water-channel between the arena and cavea of a Roman hippodrome.