Achaemenes

Achaemenēs, is, m. (Ἀχαιμένης), Ahnherr der altpersischen Könige, Großvater des Cyrus u. Begründer des Geschlechtes der Achämeniden, dives Ach., poet. für großen asiatischen Reichtum übh., Hor. carm. 2, 12, 21. – Dav. 1) Achaemenidae, ārum, m. (Ἀχαιμενίδαι), die Achämeniden (s. vorher), Plin. 6, 98. – 2) Achaemenius, a, um, persisch od. parthisch, Hor. u. Ov. – poet. = östlich, lux, Avien. descr. orb. 474: ortus, Avien. or. mar. 655. – 3) Achaemenis, idis, Akk. ida, f., ein bernsteinfarbiges Zauberkraut, Plin. 24, 161, das. auch hippophobas gen., weil vorzügl. die Stuten es scheuen, nach Ps. Apul. herb. 58 = polion (w.s.).


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