Nymphis - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Heracleia - local historian, 3rd century B.C.
Nymphis of Heracleia writes a history down to the reign of the third
speedily.  & Nymphis in the ninth book of his Histor
tting on the world." And Nymphis of Heracleia, in the sixt
xury. Accordingly, Nymphis of Heracleia, in the second boo
was very celebrated, as Nymphis relates in his Voyage rou
er, harpalykē." And Nymphis, in the first book of his
Chalcedon. Then Nymphis, who was one of the remaining
em. The historian Nymphis was the head of the embassy;
- in documents
(278/7) y: Dionysios son of Nymphis, director of traged
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