ELLOPS, ŏpis, Gr. Ἔλλοψ, οπος, ( Tab. X.) des Jupiters, oder, nach andern, Tithons Sohn, von welchem der Ort Ellopia, in Euböa, den Namen führete. Steph. Byz. in Ἐλλοπία, & Eustath. ad Ham. Il. Β. v. 538.


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