SIRITES

SIRITES
Nomadis cuiusdam nomen in Libya. Primus Auleticae inventor, qui et Matroa, h. e. Magnae matris sacta primus fertur tibiâ concinuisse. Cael. Rhodig. l. 9. c. 7.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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