Araethyréa

ARAETHYRÉA, æ, Gr. Ἀραιθυρέα, ας, des Aras Tochter, und Schwester des Aoris, eine gute Jägerinn, mit welcher Bacchus den Philas zeugete. Von ihr hatte ehemals ein Strich Landes in dem Peloponnesus den Namen, wo sie mit erwähntem ihrem Bruder auf dem arantinischen Hügel begraben lag. Pausan. Corinth. c. 12. Conf. Eustath. ad Homer. Iliad. Β. v. 571.


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