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SAMYDACE

SAMYDACE (Σαμυδάκη), a town on the coast of Carmania, noticed by Marcian (100.28. ed. Didot) and Ptolemy (6.8.7). It appears to have been placed near the mouth of the river Samydacus. (See also Steph. B. sub voce It is possible, as suggested by Forbiger, that the river is the same as the present Sadji.

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