), a mountain range of Mysia, extending from Mount Ida eastward into Phrygia, and dividing Mysia into two halves, a northern and a southern one.
It contained the sources of the Macestus, Mysius, Caicus, and Evenus. (Strab. xiii. p.616
; Ptol. 5.2.13
.) Hamilton (Researches,
ii. p. 125) is inclined to believe that Mons Temnus is the same as the Ak Dagh,
or, as it is commonly called in maps, Morad Dagh.