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NYMPHAEUM (Νομφαῖον.)


A place on the eastern coast of Bithynia, at a distance of 30 stadia west of the mouth of the Oxines (Arrian, Peripl. Pont. Eux. p. 14), or, according to the Periplus of the Anonymus (p. 4), 45 stadia from Tyndaridae.


A place in Cilicia, between Celenderis and Soli, is mentioned only by Pliny (5.22). [L.S]

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    • Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia, 5.22
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