Cleopatra [2]

CLEOPĂTRA, æ, ( Tab. XVIII.) eine von des Danaus funfzig Töchtern, welche den Metalces, Hygin. Fab. 170. oder, nach andern, den Agenor, von des Aegyptus Söhnen zu ihrem Bräutigame bekam, den sie aber auch die erste Hochzeitnacht hinrichtete. Apollod. lib. II c. 1. §. 5.


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