Pactolus   - in ancient sources @

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  Pactolus   - a river in Lydia, Asia Minor
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_9.145   of gold from the river {Pactolus}, he said : " Now, too,
Athen_5.203   es, or by having a river Pactolus, bearing down gold-dust
Athen_13.598   rod the ground where the Pactolus river flows; and when
Bianor_9.423   ealth from the stream of Pactolus ; now, ill-fated city,
Plin:HN_5.110   From Tmolus flows the Pactolus, also called the Chrysorrhoas,
Plin:HN_33.66   the Hebrus in Thrace, the Pactolus in Asia Minor and the
PsCallisth_3.22   golden foam, another kind of Pactolus. There were rows

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