Acratopotes

ACRATOPOTES, is, Gr. Ἀκρατοποτὴς, der Namen eines griechischen Helden, welcher zu Munichia, einem Flecken in Attica, gottesdienstlich verrehret wurde; Athen. Deipnosoph. lib. II. c. 3. vermuthlich, weil er ein großer Säufer war, und nur bloßen klaren Wein trank, welches sein Namen bedeutet.


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