anactorium [1]


anactorium [1]

1. anactorium, ī, n. (ἀνακτόριον), Name einiger Pflanzen: I) = Beifuß (Artemisia vulgaris, L.), Ps. Apul. herb. 10. – II) = Schwertel od. Siegwurz (Gladiolus communis, L.), Ps. Apul. herb. 78.


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