: Eth. Ἀμβλαδεύς
), a city of Pisidia, which Strabo (p. 570) places near the boundaries of Phrygia and Caria.
It produced wine that was used for medicinal purposes.
There are copper coins of Amblada of the period of the Antonini and their successors, with the epigraph Ἀμβλαδέων.
The site is unknown.