Periméle [1]

Periméle [1]

PERIMÉLE, es, ( Tab. XXV.) des Admetus Tochter, mit welcher Argus den Magnes zeugete, von welchem hernach die Landschaft Magnesia den Namen bekam. Nicand. ap. Ant. Liberal. c. 23.

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