), a town in the south-west of Pisidia, a few miles to the north-west of Termessus. (Polyb. Exc. de Leg.
31; Liv. 38.15
.) Strabo (xii. p.570
), in enumerating the Pisidian towns, mentions one which he calls Sinda, a name which some editors believe to be a corrupt reading for Isionda; but, as there existed a town of the name of Sinda near Cibyra in Pisidian Phrygia, it would be hazardous to decide anything. (See Kramer's note on Strab. l.c.
) Sir C. Fellowes (Asia Minor,
p. 194) found extensive remains of an ancient town on the top and side of one of the many isolated hills of the district, which he supposes to be the ruins of Isionda, but he does not mention any coins or inscriptions in support of his conjecture.