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date: 08 August 2020

Maeander (Μαίανδρος), 

Source:
The Oxford Classical Dictionary
Author(s):
William Moir CalderWilliam Moir Calder, John Manuel CookJohn Manuel Cook

a river which rises in several sources, including the Marsyas, in and near Celaenae-Apamea in *Phrygia, and flows through the Peltene plain to engage itself first in a narrow valley and then in a canyon 457 m. (1,500 ft.) deep, sunk in the western flank of the Anatolian plateau, whence it emerges to join the Lycus near Colossae, ... ...

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