: Eth. Κοτιαεύς
The name is written Cotyaeum (Κοτυάειον
) in the text of Strabo (p. 576), but the epigraph on the coins is said to be always Κοτιαεων.
It was on the Roman road from Dorylaeum (Eski-Shehr
) to Philadelphia (Allah-Shehr
), and in Phrygia Epictetus, according to Strabo.
It is mentioned by Pliny (5.32
is a considerable [p. 1.698]
town, on a river which some geographers take to be the Thymbrius. Cotiaeum was the birthplace of Alexander, the son of Asclepiades, a very learned grammarian.
There are no remains of importance at Kutahiyah.
In the Table the name is miswritten Cocleo.