Acmonia, ae, f. (Ἀκμονία), Stadt Großphrygiens, an der Straße von Doryläum nach Philadelphia, j. Ahatkoi, wovon Acmonēnsis, e, akmonensisch, A. civitas, A. legati, Cic. Flacc. 34: Plur. subst., Acmonēnsēs, ium, m., die Einw. von Akmonia, die Akmonenser, Cic. Flacc. 34 u. 36. u. 38. 1806–1895.

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