is placed by the Table on the road from Toulouse
at the distance of xv from Toulouse, which means 15 Roman miles. D'Anville considers this to identify the place with Basiège.
BADEI-REGIA (Βαδεὼ βασίλειον, Ptol. 6.7.6
), the metropolis of the Cassaniti, a people on the west coast of Arabia, in the modern district of Hedjaz, [p. 1.367]
written Vadei by Pliny, and described as a large town (6.28. s. 32). Identified with Beyadhye,
by Forster (Geog. of Arab.
vol. ii. pp. 142, 143).
The south promontory of the Gulf of Jidda is also called Ras-Bad.