TELEGONUS

TELEGONUS
filius Ulyssis, ex Circe, qui cum iam adolevislet, videndi patris cupidus, in Ithacam navigavit: cumque a ministris paternis incognitus aditu prohiberetur, aliquot ex iis occidit. Ad quem tumultum excitus Ulysles, cum ipse iam senior suis opem ferret, a filio suo occisus est osle piscis cuiusdam, qui a Graecis Xiphias dicitur. Unde Horatius, l. 3. Carm. Od. 25. v. 8.
Telegoni iuga parricidae.
Quod ubi cognovit Telegonus, relictâ Ithacâ in Italiam venit, ubi Tusculum condidit, Ovid. Fast. l. 3. Primus praedictionum ex aruspicina et augurio, apud Graecos fuisle, inventor traditur, a Suida in Τηλέγονος. Quemadmodum in Latio Hetrusci se artis huius auctores praedicabant, quibus illa a Tage prim um tradita. Vide Thom. Dempster. Paralipomen. in Ioh. Rosin. Antiqq. Rom. l. 3. c. 8. 9. 11.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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