regiuncula Phthiotidis in ora sinus Maliaci, ubi Heraclea urbs cognomine Trachin, cuius meminit Ovid. l. 11. Met. v. 627. ubi Herculeam Trachina vocat. Hinc trachinius apud eundem Ovid. ibidem, v. 502.
Haec quoque quae sequitur ventis Trachinia puppis.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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