SUBUS (Σοῦδος, Ptol. 4.6.8), a river on the [p. 2.1042]W. coast of Libya Interior, which had its source in Mount Sagapola, and discharged itself to the S. of the point of Atlas Major; now the Sus. [T.H.D]
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