Oenotropae


Oenotropae

OENOTRŎPAE, árum, Gr. Ὀινοτρόπαι, ῶν, ( Tab. XIV.) sind die drey Töchter des Anius, Oeno, Elais und Spermo, welchen Bacchus die Macht gab, alles in Wein, Oel und Korn zu verwandeln, was sie wollten; daher sie auch von οἶνος, Wein, und τρέπω, ich verkehre, den Namen bekommen. Tzetz. ad Lycophr. v. 570. Sieh Anius.


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