Argestes

ARGESTES, æ, Gr. Ἀργέστης, ου, ( Tab. VII.) des Asträus und der Aurora Sohn, einer von den namhaften Winden, Hesiod. Theogon. v. 379. der daher entsteht, wo die Sonne in den längsten Tagen untergeht. Plin. H. N. l. II. c. 47.


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