Nauplius   - in ancient sources @

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  Nauplius   - the father of Palamedes, who lured the Greek fleet to destruction
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_9.289 was invincible. Nauplius, then did Hellas weep tears
Crinag_9.429 2 } & Aristo suag of Nauplius, the watchman of sea-bea
Lucill_11.185 appearing to sing the part of Nauplius. & Nauplius is

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