), is mentioned by Strabo (p. 629) between the plain of Peltae, which is in Phrygia, and the plain of Tabae.
It is difficult to say where he places it. Cramer (Asia Minor,
vol. ii. p. 30) conjectures that it may be “Cyllanticus tractus” of Pliny (5.42
), in which passage the MSS. have “Cyllanicus” (Harduin‘s note), and it is not said why “Cyllanticus” has been placed in the text.
The text of Pliny is hardly intelligible.