: Eth. Βαγηνός
), a Lydian town in the valley of the Hermus on the right bank of the river, and nearly opposite to Sirghie,
a Turkish village between Kula
(See the map in Hamilton's Asia Minor.
) The site was identified from an inscription found by Keppel.
There are coins of Bage with the epigraph Βαγηνῶν.
(Cramer, Asia Min.
vol. i. p. 435.)