BRIANA (Βρίανα), a place in Phrygia Pacatiana, in the list of Hierocles. Its existence is confirmed by the evidence of two coins, one autonomous, with the epigraph Βριάνων. (Cramer, AsiaMinor, vol. ii. p. 55.) [G.L]
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