See Zosimus, 1. v. [c. 29] p. 334, 335. He interrupts his scanty narrative to relate the fable of Aemona, and of the ship Argo, which was drawn overland from that place to the Hadriatic. Sozomen (1. viii. c. 25; 1. ix. c. 4) and Socrates (1. vii. c. 10) cast a pale and doubtful light, and Orosius (1. vii. c. 38, p. 571) is abominably partial.