: Eth. Ἀδανεύς
), a town of Cilicia, which keeps its ancient name, on the west side of the Sarus, now the Syhoon
It lay on the military road from Tarsus to Issus, in a fertile country.
There are the remains of a portico. Pompey settled here some of the Cilician pirates whom he had compelled to submit. (Appian, App. Mith. 96
.) Dio Cassius (47.31) speaks of Tarsus and Adana being always quarrelling.