Cydnus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Cydnus   - a river in Anatolia, which flows through the city of Tarsus
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Aelian:NA_12.29   besides (for such is the Cydnus) does not afford it plenti
Cic:Phil_2.26   the mouth of the river Cydnus, if Caesar had brought his
Euseb]:Chron_35   bylon, so that the river Cydnus flows through the middle
Just_11.8   leasantness of the river Cydnus, which flows through the
Just_11.14   that the bridge over the Cydnus should be broken down, in
Oros_3.16   the icy waters of the Cydnus. He was seized with cramps
Plin:HN_5.92   and the rivers Saros and Cydnos, the latter cutting through the
THI_61.D   (173-169)   ippos of Antiocheia on Kydnos, the son of ...odoros
ValMax_3.8e.6   threw himself into the Cydnus, a river running through


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