ACAMANTIUM


ACAMANTIUM
ACAMANTIUM
urbs in maiori Phrygiâ, opus Acamantis, filii Thesei, qui cum in expeditione adversus Solymos se strenue gessisset, locum urbis condendae a patre im petravit.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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  • Acamas [1] — ACĂMAS, antis, Gr. Ἀκάμας, αντος, (⇒ Tab. XXVIIII.) des Theseus, Königs zu Athen Sohn, Hygin. Fab. 108. und Demophoons Bruder, nicht aber, wie einige wollen, Sohn. Servius ad Virgil. Aen. II. v. 262. et Muncker. ad Hygin. l. c. Seine Mutter ist… …   Gründliches mythologisches Lexikon


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