TEMENTHES

TEMENTHES
Rex Aegypti, a Psammeticho servo suo, ut habet Polyaenus sublatus; qui Ammonis oraculum de regno consuluit, apud Polyaenum, Strategem. l. 7. c. 3. Fuit ex partiaris Aegypti Regulis, qui post Thebanorum Regum potentiam collapsam, surrexêre, vide supra Dodecarchia, it Psammetichus I.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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