: Eth. Ἀδαδεύς
, Ptol.; Ἀδαδάρη
in old edit. of Strabo; Ὀδάδα
, Hierocl.), a town in Pisidia of uncertain site. On coins of Valerian and Gallienus we find ΑΔΑΔΕΜΝ.
Adada is mentioned in the Councils as the see of a bishop. (Artemiod. ap. Strab. xii. p.570
; Ptol. 5.5.8
; Hierocl. p. 674, with Wesseling's note.)