Demodice


Demodice

DEMODĬCE, es, des Kretheus Gemahlinn, welche sich in den Phrixus, ihren Stiefsohn, verliebte, und da er ihr, in ihrer Absicht, nicht zu Willen seyn wollte, ihn bey dem Vater fälschlich angab, als ob er ihr zu nahe kommen wollen, und dadurch in Lebensgefahr brachte. Hygin. Astron. Poet. lib. II. c. 20. cf. Cretheus, item Phrixus.


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