mons Boeotiae (vide Theumesius) ubi Hercules Teumessium leonem, adhuc puer, occidisse traditur. Hinc Teumessius. Papin. Theb.
Non alias tacitâ iuvenes Teumes sius iras
Mente acuit. —— ——
Item parvum oppid. in Thebanorum finibus, fluv. quoque et regio.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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