Nilifilia, ex Sithone marito, Martis filio, Thraciae Rege, filias duas concepit, Pallenaeam, et Rhoeteam, quarum illa Pallenaeam urbem Thraciae nomine suô vocavit, Haec vero Rhoeteam Troadis locum.

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