He is called "A merchant of Naucratis," though resident in Chemmis.
On the left hand in the Delta, upon the river, is Naucratis.
The Greek merchants he allowed to live at Naucratis under their own overseers and their own system of justice.
She was found in the city of Naucratis, and brought to the king, who made her his wife.
The date of the foundation of Naucratis has been a subject of controversy.
She lived at Naucratis and was incomparably beautiful and chaste.
She was the mistress of her brother Charaxus, who traded to the port of Naucratis with wine of Lesbos.
Ceramicus was an Egyptian name; and one of the gates or towers of the gates at Naucratis in that country was so called.
Now, the hetairai of Naucratis are wont somehow to be exceedingly fair, beyond all women whom we know.
Naucratis was a colony of Greeks, settled in Egypt for purposes of trade.