- RAMESSESi. e. tonitru, vel exprobratio tineae, aut malum delens, sive dissolvens, aut confractus tineae, civitas in extremis finibus Aegypti, ab Israelitis condita, olim pagus Arsenoitis dicta. Hieronymus. Eversa. Iskaal Lein Alschemes Tudelensi. Vide Ioh. Marshamum.
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