Acraea [2]

ACRAEA, æ, ein Beynamen der Venus, die ihren Tempel auf dem Berge Olympus, bey der Stadt Carpasia, in Cypern, hatte, den kein Frauenvolk sehen, viel weniger besuchen durfte. Strabo apud Cellar. Not. O. A. lib. III. c. 7. pag. 269.


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