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TENEDOS (Τένεδος: Eth. Τενεδεύς), a fortified coast-town in the west of Pamphylia, 20 stadia to the west of Attalia. (Steph. B. sub voce s. v.; Stadiasm. Mar. M. § § 224, 225.) It has been conjectured that this town is the same as Olbia, the remains of which are exactly 20 stadia from Attalia, and that one of the two names was Lycian and the other Greek. (Müller, ad Stadiasm. p. 490.)


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