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SADAME (Itin. Ant. p. 230; in Geog. Rav. 4, 6, written Sadanua), a town in the NE. part of Thrace, on the road from Hadrianopolis to Develtus, its distance from the latter, according to the Itinerary, being 18,000 paces. This would give as its site the present town of Kanareh, situated near the source of a small river which runs through a narrow valley and falls into the Black Sea at Cape Zaitan. But according to Reichard it was in the neighbourhood of Omar-Fakhi, which is perhaps the Sarbazan of Voudoucourt.


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