(Plin. Nat. 6.27. s. 31
), a small town of Mesopotamia, on the Tigris, near the junction of that river with the Euphrates. Forbiger thinks it must be the same as the Διδιγούα
of Ptolemy (5.20.4
In the Cod. Palat.
of Ptolemy it is written Ἀιγούα,
which is almost the same word as Digba.
It was below Apameia.