THYMBRAEUS

THYMBRAEUS
Apollims cognomen, sive a Thymbra Troadis campo, sive ab eiusdem nominis urbe in qua colebatur, impositum. Campo autem Thymbrae nomen factum putatur a thymbrae
herbae copia, quam Latini cunilam vocant, cuius hoc in campo maximus est proventus. Servius in illud Virg. l. 3. Aen. v. 85.
--- Da proprian Thymbraee domum.
Apollinis Thymbraei templum Strabo ponit ea in parte, quâ Thymbrius fluv. in Scamandrum influit, quo in templo ferunt Achillem a Paride fuisse interemptum: Unde factus est locus fabulae, Achillem Apollinis sagittis occisum fuisse. Stat. l. 4. Sylv. 7. v. 21.
Torpor est nostris sine te Camenis
Tardius sueto venit ipse Thymbrae
Rector. ----
Idem l. 3. Sylv. 2. v. 97.
Pergama Thymbraea. ----
Nic Lloydius.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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