Phoenix or Phoinix ( Ancient Greek: Φοῖνιξ) was a town of ancient Caria, near the mountain of the same name on the southern branch of the Bozburun Peninsula. It may be the same as the town called  Phoenice or Phoinike (Φοινίκη) by Stephanus of Byzantium. 
Its site is located near Fenaket in
Asiatic Turkey.  Archaeology has uncovered numerous inscriptions. 
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Stephanus of Byzantium. Ethnica . s.v. Φοινίκη.
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Coordinates: 36°36′43″N 28°05′14″E / 36.611911°N 28.08723°E Mount Phoenix
Mount Phoenix (Ancient Greek: Φοῖνιξ, romanized: Phoniix), also Mount Phoenicius (Ancient Greek: Φοινίκιους, romanized: Phoinikious; Latin: Phoenicius mons, Mons Phoenicium), may refer to:
Mount Phoenix (Boeotia), adjacent to Lake Copais, modern Greece
Mount Phoenix (Caria), Karayüksek Dağ, in the Bozburun Peninsula, modern Turkey
Mount Phoenix (Lycia), modern Turkey
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