Amphimedon [1]

AMPHIMĔDON, ontis, ein Libyer, der unter Anführung des Phineus den Perseus auf seinem Beylager mit überfiel, auch dabey mit niedergemachet wurde. Ovid. Metam. lib. V. v. 75.

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