(Ὄνουφις; Ónouphis). Town in Lower Egypt and the nome named after it (Ὀνουφίτης), first referred to in Hdt. 2,166 as a settlement area of the Calasirieis, later mentioned by ancient geographers (Plin. HN 4,49; Ptol. Geog. 4,5,22 among others) and in a Coptic list of bishops; presumably in the central Delta near modern Maḥallat Minūf.
A.B. Lloyd, Herodotus, Book II, Commentary 99-182, 1988, 193-4.
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Jansen-Winkeln, Karl (Berlin),
Brill’s New Pauly
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