GORDIUTI´CHOS (Γορδίουτεῖχος), a town in Caria, one day's march from Antioch. (Liv. 38.13.) Steph. B. sub voce says that it was founded by Gordius, a son of Midas, whence it must once have belonged to Phrygia. [L.S]
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