Ister   - in ancient sources @

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  Ister   of Cyrene - a Greek historian, pupil of Callimachus
199/10 General comments on the career of the historian Ister of Cyrene.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_5.27 iver. According to Ister the Guinea-fowls of Leros are nev
Athen_6.272 maeus, (and this is what Ister the pupil of Callimachus
Athen_8.345 for a single day?" And Ister says that Choerilus the poe
Athen_9.387 World, wished to drown Ister the pupil of Callimachus,
Athen_13.557 iadne. Accordingly Ister, in the fourteenth book of his
Athen_14.650 ndant in the country, as Ister tells us, in his treatise

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