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SANAUS

SANAUS (Σαναός), a town of Phrygia, in the neighbourhood of Laodiceia. (Strab. xii. p.576; Hierocl. p. 666.) In the acts of the Council of Chalcedon (p. 674), it is called Σαναῶν πόλις, and is probably mentioned by Ptolemy (5.2.26) under the name of Sanis.

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