Pelagon [1]

Pelagon [1]

PELĂGON, ontis, einer von den Freyern der Hippodamia, der aber auch gegen deren Vater zu kurz kam und daher mit dem Leben bezahlen mußte. Pau san. El. pr. c. 21. p. 386.

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