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AZA´NES (Ἀζάνης). It is stated by Arundell (Asia Minor, vol. ii. p. 140) that, on a coin of Themisonium in Phrygia, is a river-god, with the name of Azanes, “evidence of some river being at or near Themisonium.” The site of Themisonium does not appear to be quite certain; and nothing more seems to be known of the river Azanes, though the conclusion from the coin, that there was a river of that name, can hardly be doubted.


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