Aōus, ī, m. (Ἀωος), Fluß in Illyrien od. Epirus Nova, der auf dem tymphäischen Gebirge od. Lakmus entspringt, sich in einem engen u. tiefen Tale zwischen dem Äropus u. Asnaus hindurchwindet u. unterhalb Apollonias ins Ionische Meer fließt, j. Woiossa od. Wowussa, Liv. 32, 5, 10 sq. Plin. 3, 145. Flor. 2, 7, 10. 1806–1895.

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