Larissaea


Larissaea

LARISSAEA, æ, Gr. Λαρισσαία, ως, ein Beynamen der Minerva, welche ihren Tempel an dem Flusse Larissus, zwischen Elis und Achaia, hatte. Pausan. Ach. c. 17. p. 429.


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