(Μοκαδ(δ)ηνή; Mokad(d)ēnḗ). Region in eastern Lydia along the upper Hermus in Maeonia , on the border with Phrygia; its location was established through inscriptions naming places within it (kṓmē Thermai Theséos, modern Kula Emir Hamamları; mētropóleis Silandus, modern Selendi, and Temenothyrae). It remains doubtful whether to associate Moccadeni, a dḗmos in Asia (incorrectly located in Bithynia in Ptol. Geog. 5,2,18), with Mocadene.
K. Buresch, Aus Lydien, 1898, 186 with map
J. Keil, s.v. M., RE 15, 2113