When he reached the city named Nysa, the Macedonians were unwilling to attack it, because a very deep river ran past its walls.
A name of Bacchus, because he was worshiped at Nysa, a town of Aethiopia.
You know how indolent Dionysus is, but he always attended the temple when he was hunting upon Nysa.
The wicked Nysa, the crafty nurse it is that cruelly severs me from thee.
At its base the city of Nysa stood in former times, and among many others fell before the arms of Alexander.
Gir-Nysa means the mountain of Nysa, Gir being a common prefix denoting a peak or hill.
Nysa is situated near the Mesogis, resting for the most part against the mountain.
Among the latter was Pythodorus, originally a native of Nysa; but, induced by the celebrity of the place, he migrated hither.
The second, who is said to have killed Nysa, was the son of Nilus.
Csar was defending there the cause of Nysa, daughter of Nicomedes; he recalled the obligations which he owed to this king.