Acraea

ACRAEA, æ, Gr. Ἀκράια, ας, ( Tab. III.) des Flusses Asterions Tochter, eine Schwester der Euböa und Prosymna, und folglich eine von denen dreyen Säugammen, welche die Juno auferzogen haben sollen, von welcher denn insonderheit der Berg Acräa in Euböa ehemals zu ihrem Andenken den Namen bekommen hat. Paus. Corinth. c. 17.


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