Mount Iphigene

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Mount Iphigene (76°31′S 145°50′W) is a mountain just west of Ochs Glacier between Marujupu Peak and the Birchall Peaks. It stands 1,088 meters above sea level.

Discovery and name

The mountain was discovered in 1929 by the Byrd Antarctic Expedition. Mount Iphigene was named by Admiral Richard E. Byrd for Iphigene Ochs Sulzberger, daughter of Adolph Ochs and wife of Arthur Sulzberger, patrons of the expedition.