Sinda (Pisidia)

Sinda (Ancient Greek: Σίνδα) was an ancient town which seems to have been situated on the western frontier of Pisidia, in the neighbourhood of Cibyra and the river Caularis.[1] Stephanus of Byzantium,[2] who speaks of Sindia as a town of Lycia, is probably alluding to the same place.[3] Some writers have confounded Sinda with Isionda, which is the more surprising, as Livy mentions the two as different towns in the same chapter.[4]

References

  1. Liv., The History of Rome, xxxviii. 15; Strabo, xii. p. 570, xiii. p. 630.
  2. s. v. Σινδία.
  3. Hierocl. p. 680; Polyb. Excerpt. de Leg. 30.
  4. Leake, Asia Minor, p. 152.

 This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Smith, William, ed. (1854–1857). "Sinda". Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography. London: John Murray. 

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