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ALYDDA (Ἄλυδδα), a town of Phrygia mentioned in the Peutinger Table. Arundell (Discoveries in Asia Minor, i. p. 105) gives his reasons for supposing that it may have been at or near Ushak, on the road between Sart and Aftum Karahissar, and that it was afterwards called Flaviopolis. He found several Greek inscriptions there, but none that contained the name of the place.


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