Cephisus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Cephisus   - a river flowing through the plain near Athens
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Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_9.147 * & The bridge was over the Cephisus on the road to Ele
Athen_9.369 grow on the banks of the Cephisus are mentioned by Cratis,

  Cephisus 2   - a river in the Argolis, Greece
Athen_13.603 seeing Argynnus bathing in the Cephisus. And afterwards,

  Cephisus 3   - a river flowing through Boeotia, Greece
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Wikipedia entry
Plin:HN_4.8   Spring and the river Cephisus flowing past Delphi; it
Plin:HN_4.26   Anichiae on the river Cephisus, Medeon, Phlygone, Acraephia, Coronea
Plin:HN_4.27   on the banks of the Cephisus, as we have said, Lilaea,
Polyaen_1.3.5   verted the course of the river Cephisus. This river flows
THI_67   (c. 208)   Euanor, and the priest of [Kephisos] was Timange


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