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NA´GIDUS (Νάγιδος: Eth. Ναγιδεύς), a town of Cilicia on the coast, said to have been colonised by the Samians. Stephanus B. mentions an island named Nagidusa, which corresponds to a little rock about 200 feet long, close to the castle of Anamour. (Strab. xiv. p.670; Mela, 1.13.5; Scylax, p. 40; Steph. B. sub voce Beaufort, Karamania, p. 206; Cramer, Asia Minor, vol. ii. p. 326.


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