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Satăla

τὰ Σάταλα and Σάταλα).


1.

A town in the northeast of Armenia Minor, important as the key of the mountain passes into Pontus. It stood at the junction of four roads leading to places on the Euxine, a little north of the Euphrates, in a valley surrounded by mountains, 325 Roman miles from Caesarea in Cappadocia, and 135 from Trapezus.


2.

A town in Lydia near the Hermus.

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