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TYMANDUS

TYMANDUS (Τύμανδος: Eth. Τυμανδηνός), a place in Phrygia, between Philomelium and Sozopolis. (Cone. Chalked. pp. 244, and 247: in this passage the reading Μανδηνῶν πὸγις is corrupt; Hierocl. p. 673, where the name is miswritten Τύμανδρος.) It is possible that Tymandus may be the same as the Dymas mentioned by Livy (38.15), for which some MSS. have Dimas or Dinias.

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    • Livy, The History of Rome, Book 38, 15
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