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Dionysius is mentioned in a passage of Pliny the Elder:
- "But [India] has been treated of by several other Greek writers who resided at the courts of Indian kings, such, for instance, as Megasthenes, and by Dionysius, who was sent thither by Philadelphus, expressly for the purpose: all of whom have enlarged upon the power and vast resources of these nations." Pliny the Elder, The Natural History, book 6, Chap. 21 
- Edward James Rapson (ed.), The Cambridge History of India, Vol 1, Cambridge 1922, p. 433.
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