), a town of Cappadocia, in the district Chamane or Chamanene, on the northeastern slope of Mount Argaeus, celebrated for its hot springs (Ptol. 5.6.12
; Tab. Pent.,
where it is called Arauena, whence Aquae Arauenae; It. Ant.
p. 202, where its name is Sacoena).
It is by some believed to be the modern Baslyan.