Abarbarea

ABARBAREA, æ, Gr. Ἀβαρβαρέα, ας, eine Nymphe von denen, die insonderheit Naiaden heißen, Homer Il. Z. v. 22. und eigentlich Göttinnen der Brunnen waren. Porph. apud Voss. Theol. Gent. lib. II. c. 80. Mit ihr zeugete Bucolion, des Königs Laomedon zu Troja unächter Prinz, den Aesepus und Pedasus, Homer. l. c. und scheint sie in der That wohl nicht mehr gewesen zu seyn, als ein gemeines Frauenzimmer, mit der besagter Bucolion, der auch nur einen Hirten abgab, an einem Brunnen bekannt geworden, und sie daher für eine Nymphe angesehen, oder doch, seine Liebe zu beschönigen, für dergleichen ausgegeben.


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