SYMIA Syra

SYMIA Syra
Eutropio, l. 8. c. 13. dicitur, quae Semiamira Capitolino, in Macrino, c. 9. mater Heliogabali. Nampe ex Σοαιμὶς vel Σοαιμιὰς, Soaemis, vel Soaemias, quô nomine illa Graecis dicta est: Latini, qui illis temporibus raras diphthongos ponebant, fecêre Soemia, inde contractione sequutâ Soemia, postea diphthongô illa degenerante in y. Graecum, Symia. Salmas. ad Capitolin. in Opilio Macrino. loc. cit. Vide quoque supra semiamira.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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  • SOAEMIS — Graecis Σοαιμὶς, item Σοαιμιὰς et Σοασμία, dicta est, quae Semiamira vulgo, mater Heliogabali, soror Mamaeae, quâ Alexander Seu. genitus est. Ita enim herodian. l. 5. c. 3. et reliqui Graeci. In nummis quoque, IULIA. SOAEMIAS. AUG. Symiam Syriam… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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