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Ancient Lycian town
Pydnae or Pydnai (Ancient Greek: Πύδναι) was a small town on the coast of ancient Lycia, between the river Xanthus and Cape Hieron. Ptolemy calls the town Kydna or Cydna, and he places at the foot of Mount Cragus.
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