Iulio Polluci in Attica tribus: Huius meminit quoque Plut. l. 1. Convivalium.
Nomen habet ab Aiace Telamonio in cuius, licer peregrini, honorem, Alcmaeon Atheniensium Archon, qui antiqua nomina Tribuum novis mutaverat, tribunt istam sic appellavit.
Δῆμοι, i. e. Populi sen municipia Tribûs Aeantidis.
Aphydna. Oenoe seu Marathon. Persidae. Vide Rossaeum Archaeol. Attic. Rhamnus. Titacidae. Trichoritus etc.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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