BENNA or BENA (Βέννα: Eth. Βενναῖος, Steph. B. sub voce a town in Thrace, from which one of the Ephesian tribes appears to have derived its name. (Guhl, Ephesiaca, p. 29.) Pliny (4.11. s. 18) speaks of a Thracian people of the name of Beni.
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