, Ptol. 4.6
. § § 7 and 8), a river on the W. coast of Libya Interior, which rose in Mount Ryssadium. Not far from its source it formed a lake named Clonia, and after flowing in a westerly direction, discharged itself into the Sinus Hesperius, to the SE. of the promontory of Ryssadium.
It is probably the same river which Pliny (5.1. s. 1
) calls Salsus, and may be the modern St. John
or St. Antonio
river, also called Rio de Guaon.