Chalcódon

CHALCÓDON, ontis, Gr. Χαλκώδων, οντος, ein Euböenfer, welcher in der Schlacht der Thebaner mit denen aus Euböa von dem Amphitryo mit erleget wurde. Pausan. Bæot. c. 19. p. 570.


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