AGARUS


AGARUS
AGARUS
Sarmatiae Europaeae fluv. Ptol. quem Sagarim Ovid. l. 4. Ep. 10. ex Ponto v. 47. vocat, in Bosphorum se exonerat, Ptol. Shtret hodie Mercatori. Urbis etiam nomen, ibid. a qua et fluvio nomen Agarico
radici datum creditur. Cael. Rhodig. l. 18. c. 8. Plin. l. 25. c. 9.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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