Aornos


Aornos

Aornos, ī, m. u. f. (ἄορνος, ohne Vögel, weil den Vögeln verderblich wegen mephitischer Ausdünstung, avibus pestifera exhalatio, Plin. 4. prooem. § 2), I) m. der Avernersee (s. 1. Avernus das Nähere), Verg. Aen. 6, 242. – II) f. eine Stadt in Epirus, Plin. 4. prooem. § 2. – / Bei Curt. 8, 11 (39) 2 haben die besten Handschriften Aornin, s. Aornis.


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