Ocaléa


Ocaléa

OCALÉA, æ, Gr. Ὠκαλεία, ας, des Mantineus Tochter, und des Abas Gemahlinn, die mit ihm den Akrisius und Proetus zeugete. Apollod. l. II. c. 2. §. 1. Einige nennen sie auch Agallea oder Agläa. Thom. Gale ad Apollod. l. c. p. 40.


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