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SIBDA

SIBDA Σίβδα: Eth.Σιβδανός, Eth. Σιβδίτης), a place in Caria, and one of the six towns which were given by Alexander the Great to Ada, a daughter of king Hecatomnus of Halicarnassus, and thus became subject to Halicarnassus. (Steph. B. sub voce Plin. Nat. 5.29.) Its exact site cannot be ascertained.

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