a station in Africa Proper, 12 M. P. from Neapolis (Nabel
) (Itin. Anton.; Peut. Tab.
), which has been identified by Barth (Wanderungen,
pp. 142, 143) with Hámâmât.
Sir G. Temple (Excursions,
vol. ii. p. 10) considers it to be SIAGUL
(Σιαγούλ, Ptol. 4.3.9
), because of the two inscriptions with “Civitas Siagitana,” which Shaw found at Hámâmât.