TEMETUM

TEMETUM
Graecis ἄκρατον, item μέθυ, vinum meracum, cuius usu feminis Romanis olim inderdictum, loream, passam, murinam, aliaque id genus potu dulcia, eius locô usurpantibus, uti diximus supra voce Lorea, pluta vide infra ubi de Vino. Addo saltem causam seu fabulam potius, cur mulieres Italicae vinum non biberint, postquam Herculi potum petenti aquam mulier portexit, in Athenaei Cenis haberi, l. 10. c. 13. cui iunge Dionysium Halicarnass. l. 1. Pliniumque l. 14. c. 13. Arque hinc institutum, ut cognatis osculum ferrent, ex Gellio notum etc.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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