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HEDYPHON (Ἡδνφῶν, Strab. xvi. p.744), a river of Susiana, which flowed into the Eulaeus, on which stood a town called Seleuceia. It is probably that now called the Djerrahi. Pliny (6.27. s. 31) speaks of a river which he calls the Hedypnus, and which is most likely the same as the Hedyphon.


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    • Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia, 6.27
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