properly Phoenix a palm-tree (as in the R.V.), a town with a harbour on the southern side of Crete (Acts 27:12), west of the Fair Havens. It is now called Lutro.
On this voyage they touched at Fair Havens, tried to reach phenice and had fourteen days of storm.
phenice and Sidonie come to her and urge her to abandon herself to love.
But it was resolved to follow along the shore still further westward, to the more commodious harbor of phenice.
And then men go to the city of Ferne; and between phenice and Ferne are ten mile.
I do not believe phenice ever received wages from the Mackenzies.
The quiet and leisure at phenice Croft, the peace, the green life around were unspeakably welcome to my husband.
At phenice Croft his imagination was in a perpetual ferment.
And when we had found a ship sailing over to phenice, we went aboard and set forth.
From thence men go to the city p. 86of phenice, where are hot wells and hot baths.