Of cauda. chap. 39.
CAuda is called an Iland yt is narrow and straight in the beginning, and then breader, and hard entering and tra∣uailous, as it is saide in Actibus Apost. ca. 27. And this Iland is betwéene Ciria and Italye, by Creta and Sardina.
(*But anone after ther arose by a stor∣mye wind called Euroclidon, that is the North cast wind, or euery East winde that is stormie. And when the Shippe Page [unnumbered] was caught, & could not resist the wind, we let her driue, and wer carried away: And we ranne vnder a little Ile named Clauda (this Ile was West & by South from Candie, straight toward the goulfe Sirtes, which wer certaine bo•ling sands that swallowed vp all that they caught) and had much a doe to gette the Boate. Act. 27. vers. 14.15.16.