, Strab. xvii. p.799
, Steph. B. sub voce
, Hierocl. p. 734: Eth. Ἀντιφραῖος
), a small inland town of the Libyae Nomos, not far from the sea, and a little W. of Alexandria, celebrated for its poor “Libyan wine,” which was drunk by the lower classes of Alexandria mixed with sea-water, and which seems to have been an inferior description of the “Mareotic wine” of Virgil and Horace (Georg.
1.37.14; comp. Ath. i. p. 33, Lucan 10.160