Chaeron

CHAERON, ónis, Gr. Χαῖρων, ωνος, ( Tab. XIV.) des Apollo und der Thero, einer Tochter des Phlyas, Sohn, von welchem die Stadt Chäronea, in Böotien, den Namen bekommen. Pausan. Bœot. c. 79. p. 605.


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