PELIĂDES, um, ( Tab. XX.) sind die Töchter des Pelias, Alcestis, Pelopia, Medusa, Isidoce, oder vielmehr Pisidice und Hippothoe. Hygin. Fab. 24. & ad eum Muncker. l. c. Sieh Pelias.

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