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LAGOS a town in Phrygia, on the north-east of Mandropolis. (Liv. 38.15.) The town is mentioned only by Livy in his account of the progress of the Roman consul Cn. Manlius in Asia Minor, when Lagos was found deserted by its inhabitants, but well provided with stores of every description, whence we may infer that it was a town of some consequence.


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    • Livy, The History of Rome, Book 38, 15
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