Alemonidēs


Alemonidēs
Alemonidēs, ae, m. le fils d'Alémon, Myscélus (fondateur de Crotone).

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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  • Myscellus — (Gr. Μύσκελλος or Μύσκελος) was a native of Rhypes, one of the twelve divisions of Achaea,[1] and, according to Ovid, a Heraclid, and the son of an Argive named Alemon (from whence he was called by the patronymic Alemonides ).[2] He led the… …   Wikipedia


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