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1 By this name alone it is known to Homer.
2 Its ruins, now called Sart, are very extensive, though presenting nothing of importance. Its citadel, situated on a rock, was considered to be almost impregnable.
3 Now called Kisilja Musa Dagh. It was famous for its wine, saffron, and gold.
4 Now called the Sarabat. It was famous for its gold-producing sands.
5 On the road between Thyatira and Sardes: near it was situate the necropolis of Sardes.
6 Strabo says that some persons called the citadel only by that name.
7 There was a city of Mysia or Phrygia of the name of Cadus or Cadi; but nothing is known of the place here alluded to, whose people would appear to have been a colony from Macedonia.
8 The people of Philadelphia, now Ala-Cher, or the "Fine City," twelve leagues south-east of Sardes, and nine leagues south of Attalia.
10 Dwellers in Mesotmolus, a town which, from its name, would appear to have been situate on the middle of Mount Tmolus.
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