libros reliquit de rebus Cretensibus. Athen. l. 6. Fuisse Rhodium e Laertio colligimus. Vid. Voss. de Hist. Graec. l. 3. P. 415. Alius Phanagorites. cuius Oiot citantur ab Athenaeo l. 13. Tertius Cyzicenus, vetus scriptor, cuius meminit Fulgentius Planciades voce Nefrendes.

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