BENNA seems to have been a place in Phrygia Epictetus, between Kutaieh and Azani, as is inferred from an inscription found by Keppel with the words τοῖςΒεννίταις at Tatar-Bazarjek. (Cramer, AsiaMinor, vol. ii. p. 17.) [G.L]
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