Hesiod, The Homeric Hymns, and Homerica
Page: 60Fragment #40—Strabo, vii. p. 300: 'The Aethiopians and Ligurians and mare-milking Scythians.'
Fragment #41—Apollodorus, i. 9.21.6: As they were being pursued, one of the Harpies fell into the river Tigris, in Peloponnesus which is now called Harpys after her. Some call this one Nicothoe, and others Aellopus. The other who was called Ocypete, or as some say Ocythoe (though Hesiod calls her Ocypus), fled down the Propontis and reached as far as to the Echinades islands which are now called because of her, Strophades (Turning Islands).