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Adramyttium


Adramyt’tium, named from Adramys, brother of Crœsus king of Lydia, a seaport in the province of Asia [Asia], situated on a bay of the Ægean Sea, about 70 miles north of Smyrna, in the district anciently called Æolis, and also Mysia. See Acts 16:7. [Mitlene.] Acts 27:2. The modern Adramyti is a poor village.