Hyllus (river)

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Hyllus/Hyllos is also the name of a son of Heracles, see Hyllus.

Hyllus or Hyllos (Greek: Ὕλλος) was the ancient name of a river of Asia Minor. It is a tributary of the river Hermus, in Lydia, flowing into Hermus from the north.[1] In the time of Strabo, the river was called Phrygius.[2]

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  1. ^ Homer. Iliad, xx. 392; Herodotus. Histories, i. 80; Pliny. Natural History, v. 31.
  2. ^ Strabo. Geographica, xiii (p. 626).

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