Coordinates: Nyssa was a Roman/late-Roman town of Cappadocia. It is located near to the modern town of Harmandalı, Ortaköy district, Aksaray province, in south-central Turkey. Sometimes Nyssa is also identified with the location of the modern city of Nevşehir, although modern scholarship has cast serious doubt on the association of the two.
- Talbert, Richard. Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World, Princeton University Press, 2000, Map-by-map Directory, p. 980.
- Silvas, Anna. The Asketikon of St. Basil the Great, Oxford University Press, 2005, p. 41. ISBN 0-19-927351-0. See also Pochoshajew's article below, p.8.
- Pochoshajew, Igor. Nyssa in Kappadokien, (german), p. 6. Retrieved 23 August 2009.
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