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To Phrygian Epictetus belong the Azani, and the cities Nacoleia, Cotiæium,1 Midiæium, Dorylæum,2 and Cadi.3 Some persons assign Cadi to Mysia.

Mysia extends in the inland parts from Olympene to Pergamene, and to the plain of Caïcus, as it is called; so that it lies between Ida and the Catacecaumene, which some place in Mysia, others in Mæonia.

1 Kiutahia.

2 Eski-Schehr.

3 Gedis.

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