Naucratis - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Greek city in Egypt
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called him a native of Naucratis,) in the book where
Persia, and Lynceas of Naucratis, in the third book of
courtesan. [69.] Naucratis also has produced some very
relates, and Lyceas of Naucratis confirms the statement
nder earth, Timodemus of Naucratis dedicated these gifts
"Phylarchus, of Athens or Naucratis ... historian,
Now Cleomenes the Naucratitan and Deinacrates the Rhodian
(256/5 or 254/3) te-player: Klytios of Naukratis, the son of Mend
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