Nymphodorus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Nymphodorus   - an opponent of Agathocles, killed in 312 B.C.
312/9 Nymphodorus makes an unsuccessful attack on Centoripa.

  Nymphodorus 2   of Syracuse - Greek geographer, 3rd century B.C.
Aelian:NA_11.20 Sicily,* according to Nymphodorus, and in this town the
Aelian:NA_16.34 all black. [34] & Nymphodorus says that Sardinia is an
Athen_6.265 aves. Accordingly, Nymphodorus the Syracusan, in his Voyag
Athen_6.266 this shrine is." [91.] Nymphodorus, then, has given this
Athen_13.588 in love already." And Nymphodorus the Syracusan, in his
Athen_13.609 also asserts. And Nymphodorus, in his Voyage round Asia,

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