ERYTHRAEUM Mare


ERYTHRAEUM Mare
ERYTHRAEUM Mare
pars Oceani, Arabiam a Merid. alluens, ad Occ. Arabico, ad Ort. Persico sinu terminata. Ratio nominis varie traditur a scriptoribus. Proxime tamen ad veritatem videntur accessisse, qui ab Erythra Rege Persei, et Andromedes sil. in illo merso, dictum putant, cui etiam opinioni subscribit Arrianus Gestorum Alexandri, l. 8. Reliquas opiniones lector poterit videre apud Strab. l. 16. p. 779. Plin. l. 6. c. 23. Agatarchidem apud Phot. n. 250. Sanson. Geogr. A Latinis autem per errorem videtur appellatum Mare rubrum. Nam cum audirent, a Graecis Erythraeum vocari, existimantes a rubedine aquarum ita dictum, ipsi quoque mare rubrum appellârunt. Vide Eust. in Dionys. Agatarchidem, Fullerum in Miscellaneis, ac praesertim Mart. Lipenium de Navig. Salomon. c. 4. sect. 1. Baudr. hoc. mare, al. Arabicus sinus, Asiam ab Africa separat, et extenditur inter Arabiam ad Ort. et Troglodyticam ac Aegyptum ad Occ. mare Rosso Ital. Mer de la Mecque, et Rouge Gall. Bahar Corzum, Arab. Aliis est pars Oceani, inter oram Carmaniae, et Aromata prom. inter sin. Persicum, et ARabic. Nunc Oceanus Arabicus. Vide quoque P. de la Valle. Itin. Item Erythraeum, Cretae prom. Ptol. Cabo Rosso Pineto.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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