Erythras


Erythras

ERYTHRAS, æ, Gr. Ἐρύθρας, ου, ( Tab. XI.) einer von des Herkules Söhnen, welche er mit den funfzig Töchtern des Thespius zeugete. Apollod. lib. II. c. 7. §ult. Sieh Thespiades.


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