SCABIES Dea

SCABIES Dea
apud Romanos. Prudentius Hamartig. v. 157.
Par furor illorum, quos tradit fama dicatis,
Consecrâsse Deas Febrem Scabiemque sacellis.
Vide supra Lepra et infra Vitiligo: noto hîc solum, etiam inter Numina Veter. fuisse, ex iis, quae supra de Diis.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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