Hermocapelia or Hermokapeleia, also possibly known as Thyessos, was a town of ancient Lydia. It was inhabited from Classical through Byzantine times. It stood on the Hermus River, "to the west of Apollonis in its own little plain almost completely surrounded by mountains."
^John-Anthony Cramer, A Geographical And Historical Description of Asia Minor with a Map. (Oxford University Press, 1832), p 433-434.
^Halsey L. Royden, The Magistrates of the Roman Professional Collegia in Italy: From the First to the Third Century A.D. (Review by: Willem Jongman) American Journal of Philology Vol. 111, No. 2 (Summer, 1990), pp. 281-283 .