TARACHUS

TARACHUS
Africano in Aethiopum Aegypti Regum Dynastia III. Successit Sevecho, Graece Ταρακὸς: et quidem annô 14. Regis Ezechiae contra Senacheribum processisse legitur Tiraca seu Θαρακὰ βασὶλεὺς Αἰθιόπων, 2. Regum c. 19. v. 9. Sed in Aegypto regnâsse, non habetur. Herodotus certe unius Sabaconis annos 50. numerat, cum Africanus tribus suis Regibus annos tantum 40. attribuat, Eusebius et Synecellus 44. hi tamen ambo et quartum addiderunt, Merrem Aethiopem. Vide Sevechus.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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