Pyraechmes


Pyraechmes

PYRAECHMES, æ, Gr. Πυραιχμης, ου, Heerführer der Päonen vor Troja. Nach einigen erlegete ihn Diomedes, Dict. Cret. l. III. c. 4. nach andern aber Patroklus. Homer. Il. Π. v. 287. Cf. Fabra ad Dict. l. c.


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