Aenides [1]

Aenides [1]

1. Aenīdēs, ae, m. (Αἰνίδης), der Änide (Nachkomme des Äneus, Αἰνεύς, Vaters des Kyzikos); dah. Plur. Aenidae, v. den Einwohnern von Kyzikum, Val. Flacc. 3, 4. 1806–1895.

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