Cranaë


Cranaë

CRANAË, es, Gr. Κρανάη, ης, ( Tab. XXVIII.) des Kranaus Tochter, welche er mit der Pedias, des Menes Tochter von Lacedämon, zeugete. Apollod. lib. II. c. 13. §. 5.


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