fluv. (et oppid. Stephano) Mysiae Asianae magnus, qui Lycus Plinio, l. 2, c. 103. ex Artynia stagno ad Olympum montem effluens, et in Propontidem inter Ascanium fluv. et Cyzicum urbem prolabens, varie indigitatur: Mico Moletio, Lartacho Nigro, Lupadi Castaldo, Ulubat Turcis, teste Leunclaviô. Apud illum angues immanes nascuntur, qui aves praetervolantes absorbent. Mela, l. 1. c. 19. et Plin. l. 8. c. 14. Valer. Flacc. l. 3. Argon. v. 35.
Et te iam medio flaventem Rhyndace Ponto.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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