Megiste: island in ancient Greece, close to Lycia.
In Antiquity, sailors arriving from the east knew they were close to Greece when they saw the small island of Megiste - a rather inappropriate name as Megiste means "the largest". It was, and is, the most eastern part of Greece. In Antiquity, it was reckoned to the overseas territories of Rhodes. Today, it is called Kastelorizo (in Greek) and Meis (in Turkish).
Although Megiste belonged to the periphery of the classical Greek world, it was open to Greek civilization. The second picture shows the hero Bellerophon and his winged horse Pegasus. It is part of a sarcophagus that was found on Megiste, and is now in the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.