SCAEA

SCAEA
urbis Troianae porta, ubi Laomedontis erat sepulchrum, ita (ut Grammaticis placet) quod ad sinistrum, h. e. occidentale urbis latus sita esset, dicta. In Augurum enim disciplina, quae Ortum spectant, dextra; quae occasum, sinistra dicuntur. Strabo tamen l. 12. viderut sentire, Scaeae portae normen, a Scaeis Thraciae populis sumptum fuisse, cum quibus Troianos multa nomina communia habuisse ostendit. Virg. Aen. l. 3. v. 350.
---- Arentem Xanthi cognomine rivum
Agnosco, Scaeaeque amplector limina portae.
Alibi l. 2. Aen. v. 612. plurali numero extulit:
---- Tum Scaeas Iuno saevissima portas.
Hausit ex Homero, apud quem locô non unô: Il. Z. v. 257. 393.
Α᾿υτὰρ ἐπεὶ Σκαιάς τε πύλας καὶ φηγὸν ἵκοντο.
Propert. l. 3. El. 8. v. 39.
Nec reforam Scaeas, et Pergama Apollinis arces.
Homer. Il. Σ v. 453.
Πᾶν δ᾿ ἦμαρ μάρναντο περὶ Σκαιῇσι πύλῃσι.
Plautus in Bacchidib. act. 4. scen. 9. v. 29.
Ilio tria audivi fuisse fata, quae illi forent exitio:
Signum ex arce si petiisset: alterum etiam est Troili mors
Tertium cum portae Scaeae lumen superum scinderetur.
Nic. Lloyd.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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