), a town in the interior of Pisidia, near the Eurymedon, above Aspendus (Strab. xii. p.570
; xiv. p. 667; Steph. B. sub voce Ptol. 5.5.8
.) Hierocles (p. 681), giving a greater extension to Pamphylia, assigns the town to this province.
The town formed a small state by itself, but was always involved in war with the neighbouring Selge. (Plb. 5.72
It is also mentioned in the ecclesiastical annals and on coins. (Sestini, p. 96.) Fellows (Asia Minor,
p. 196, &c.) is inclined to identify the extensive ruins near the village of Bolcascooe
with the ancient Pednelissus; these ruins, however, according to his description, bear scarcely any trace of Greek origin, but belong to the Roman period.