There are no less than four rivers of this name in Asia Minor: 1.
A tributary of the Phasis in Colchis, now called Tchorocsou.
(Strab. xi. p.498
; Plin. Nat. 6.4
.) 2. One of the two small rivers by the union of which the Apsorrhus or Acampsis, in Pontus, is formed. (Ptol. 5.6.7
A tributary of the Maeander in Phrygia, not far from Eumeneia. (Plin. Nat. 5.29
There are coins with the name of this river. (Leake, Asia Minor,
p. 157.) 4.
A river in Lycia, on the frontier of Caria, which empties itself into the bay of Telmissus, whence that bay is sometimes called Sinus Glaucus.
(Plin. Nat. 6.29
; Quint. Smyrn. Posthom.
4.6, foil.; Strab. xiv. p.651
The modern name of the bay is Makri. Steph. B. sub voce
mentions a δῆμος Γλαύκου,
which was probably a place on the banks of the river.