BRAESIA, æ, Gr. Βραισία, ας, ( Tab VI.) des Cinyras Tochter, welche er mit der Metharme zeugete, die aber auch aus Hasse der Venus gegen den Cinyras, wie ihre beyden Schwestern, sich gar schlecht verhielt, und endlich in Aegypten starb. Apollod. l. III. c. 13. §. 3.

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