anteris


anteris

antēris, idis, Genet. Plur. idōn, f. (ἀντηρίς), die Gegenstütze, der Strebepfeiler, Nomin. Plur. bei Vitr. 6, 11, 6: Genet. Plur. b. Vitr. 10, 11 (17), 9.


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