Nymphs of Astacus
Presumably daughters of Lake ASTAKOS or the River SAGGARIOS
CLASSICAL LITERATURE QUOTES
Nonnus, Dionysiaca 15. 370 ff (trans. Rouse) (Greek epic C5th A.D.) :
"[The virgin nymphe Nikaia (Nicaea) slew the shepherd Hymnos who loved her :] The Nymphe of the mountain [Didymos] was sore offended at manslaying Nikaia, and lamented over the body of Hymnos; in her watery hall the girl [Naias] of [the river] Rhyndakos (Rhyndacus) groaned, carried along barefoot by the water; the Naiades wept . . . in the heights of Didymos, gathering near the woods, the Astakides (Astacides) [nymphai of Lake Astakos] upbraided the Nymphe of Kybele (Cybele) with her ways, singing the dirge."
- Nonnus, Dionysiaca - Greek Epic C5th A.D.