ANINE´TUM (Ἀνίνητον), a town in Lydia of uncertain site, the seat of a bishopric, of which coins are extant, bearing the epigraph Ἀνινησίων. (Hierocl. p. 659, with Wesseling's note; Sestini, p. 105.)
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