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BAGE (Βάγη: Eth. Βαγηνός), a Lydian town in the valley of the Hermus on the right bank of the river, and nearly opposite to Sirghie, a Turkish village between Kula and Yenisher. (See the map in Hamilton's Asia Minor.) The site was identified from an inscription found by Keppel. There are coins of Bage with the epigraph Βαγηνῶν. (Cramer, Asia Min. vol. i. p. 435.)


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