AGELAUS


AGELAUS
I.
AGELAUS
Apollodoro l. 2. qui Diodoro Sic. l. 4. Lamon, vide ibi.
II.
AGELAUS
fil. Damastoris, procus Penelopes. Homer. Od. 20.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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