Cletor

CLETOR, ŏris, Gr. Κλείτωρ, ορος, ( Tab. XXIX.) einer von den vielen Söhnen des Lykaons, die Jupiter endlich, ihrer Bosheit halber, mit dem Blitze erschlug und verbrannte. Apollod. lib. III. c. 8. §. 1.


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