Diopatra


Diopatra

DIOPĂTRA, æ, Gr. Διοπάτρη, ης, eine Nymphe, die Neptun zu seinem Willen gehabt haben sollte, als er immittelst ihre Schwestern in Erlen verwandelt, wie solches Tirambus den Nymphen vorwarf. Anton. Liberal c. 22. Sieh Tirambus.


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