RHUANA (Ῥουάνα al. Ῥάβαναβασίλειον), an inland town of Arabia, placed by Ptolemy (6.7.33) in long. 87°, lat. 22°. Apparently not far distant from the SW. bay of the Persian Gulf, and on the river Lar. [G.W]
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