NA [1854], Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography, illustrated by numerous engravings on wood (Trustees of Tufts University, London) [word count] [geo_dico16].
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PODALAEA

PODALAEA (Ποδαλαία, Ποδαλλία, Ποδαλία, or Ποδάλεια: Eth. Ποδαλεώτης), a town of Lycia, situated in the neighbourhood of Limyra (Steph. B. s. v.); but according to Ptolemy ZYZ(Ptol. 5.3.7) not far from the sources of the Xanthus in the north of Lycia. (Comp. Plin. Nat. 5.28; Hierocl. p. 683.) Sir C. Fellows (Lycia, p. 232, &c.) looks for its site further east towards Mount Solyma, where remains of an ancient town (Cyclopian walls and rock-tombs) near Almalec, are still found, and are known by the name of Eski Hissar, i. e. old town.

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NA [1854], Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography, illustrated by numerous engravings on wood (Trustees of Tufts University, London) [word count] [geo_dico16].
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