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Headword: *sagga/rios
Adler number: sigma,14
Translated headword: Sangarios, Sangarius
Vetting Status: high
A river of Lydia and Phrygia.[1]
[It is recorded] that Gaius the Roman consul traversing bridged the river Sangarius, while it was completely dry[2] and hard to cross, and camped beside the river itself.[3]
Greek Original:
*sagga/rios: potamo\s *ludi/as kai\ *frugi/as. o(/ti *ga/i+os o( u(/patos *(rwmai/wn dierxo/menos e)gefu/rwse to\n *sagga/rion potamo/n, tele/ws koi=lon o)/nta kai\ du/sbaton, kai\ par' au)to\n to\n potamo\n e)stratopedeu/sato.
[1] The present-day Sakarya; Barrington Atlas map 3 grid B2; OCD4 s.v.
[2] For this meaning (or implication) of the adjective koilos cf. Thucydides 7.84.4. An alternative way to construe it here is "with deep banks".
[3] The quotation is slightly modified from Polybius 21.37.4, on events of 189 BCE: a group of Galloi (eunuchs) arrive from celebrating the rites of the Great Mother at Pessinus and are hospitably entertained by the Roman commander Gnaeus (sic) Manlius Vulso. (The name is correct, and the quotation longer, at gamma 41.)
Keywords: biography; definition; geography; historiography; history; military affairs
Translated by: Robert Dyer on 17 May 2000@08:28:04.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (augmented notes; cosmetics) on 30 March 2001@10:56:10.
David Whitehead (modified note; added bibliography) on 27 April 2001@10:48:30.
David Whitehead (more keywords) on 7 April 2010@06:52:37.
David Whitehead (tweaks and cosmetics) on 16 August 2011@05:11:27.
David Whitehead (updated a ref) on 9 August 2014@09:56:38.
Catharine Roth (coding) on 19 January 2022@18:41:15.


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