HIPPICUM


HIPPICUM
HIPPICUM
in L. Solonis, apud Plutarch. Ο῞που μέν ἐςτι φρέαρ εντὸς Ι῾ππικοῦ, χρῆςθαι τούτῳ, ὅπου δὲ πλεῖον ἀπεῖχε, ζητεῖν ὕδωρ ἴδιον. Publico puteo, qui intra Hippicum sit, utuntor; si maius sit intervallum, privatum sibi quisque effodiunto: eidem Auctori stadiorum quatuor intervallum est. Hesych. vero unius tantum stadii facit, Ι῾ππικὸν, τὸ ςτάδιον: quod Petitus praefert notatione nominis, nam videtut esse illud intervallum, quod sine ulla intermissione equus conficit et decurrit. Vide eum Comm. in LL. Attic. l. 5. tit. 1. nec non infra in voce Puteus.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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