AENEIA


AENEIA
AENEIA
quae postea Ianiculum. Dionys. Halicarn. l. 1. Troadis quoque urbs. Strab. l. 71. et Steph.
Eidem Thraciae locus: ad Pallenem Insulam. Dionys. Halicarnass. loc. cit. Vide Aenia.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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