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EUHIPPE (Dalama) Turkey.

In Caria near the S bank of the Maeander, 20 km E-SE of Aydin, mentioned only by Stephanos s.v. and Pliny (HN 5.109). The city had associations with Alabanda, which is said to have been named after Alabandos son of Euhippos; the rare coins, ranging from Hellenistic times to that of Maximin, bear in some cases the type of Pegasos. The site at Dalama was identified from an inscription found there. It is much denuded; the city wall is traceable in part and the hollow of a theater is recognizable.


L. Robert, CRAI (1952) 589-99.


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