A mountain in the island of Cos, which is about 2760 feet high. (Plin.
v. 36.) From a scholion (ad Theocrit. vii. 45) it might be inferred that Oromedon
was another name for Mount Prion; but according to another ancient commentator
Oromedon was either a surname of some divinity, or the name of some wealthy and
Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography (1854) (ed. William Smith, LLD)