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LI´MENAE (Λιμέναι), also called LIMNOPOLIS (Λιμνῶν πόλις), a place in the north of Pisidia, which is mentioned only by ecclesiastical writers (Hierocl. p. 672; Concil. Chalced. p. 670; Concil. Const. iii. p. 676, where it is called Λυμναία). The ancient ruins of Galandos, on the east of the lake of Eÿerdir, are believed to belong to Limenae. (Arundell, Discov. in Asia Minor, vol. i. p. 326; Franz, Fünf Inschrift, p. 35.)


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