), a mountain of Phrygia Magna (Strab. p. 578), which the Turks call Baba Dagh:
the sides are well wooded.
A river Cadmus flowed from the mountain, probably the Gieuk Bonar,
which flows into the Lycus, a tributary of the Maeander. (Hamilton, Researches, &c.,
vol. i. p. 513.)
The range of Cadmus forms the southern boundary of the basin of the Maeander in these parts. Pliny's remark about it (5.29) does not help us. Ptolemy (5.2
) puts it in the latitude of Mycale, which is tolerably correct.