Aeacides

AEACIDES, is, so wurden oftmals Peleus, Achilles, Pyrrhus, und alle diejenigen genannt, die vom Aeacus herstammeten. Man bemerket, daß alle Aeaciden eines gewaltsamen Todes gestorben. Pausan. in Corinth. p. 139.


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