(Τιμβρίαδα/Timbríada, Τυμβρίαδα/Tymbríada). Settlement in the northeast of Pisidia at modern Aksu (formerly Mirahor) in the region of the source of the Eurymedon , to whom as a river god a large cave sanctuary was dedicated . In the Byzantine period a bishopric [3. 405]. Coin legends exclusively from the Roman Imperial period make the variously spelt place name certain [1. 49].
1 Aulock 2, 47-50
2 D. Kaya, S. Mitchell, The Sanctuary of the God Eurymedon at Tymbriada in Pisidia, in: AS 35, 1985, 39-55