ACTAEUS

ACTAEUS
I.
ACTAEUS
mons circa Thermodoontem fluv. Lycophroni.
II.
ACTAEUS
unus ex 6. daemonum numero, qui Graecis Telchines dicti, quique intuitu suô omnia fascinâsse dicebantur. Hinc crediti priscis terram Stygiâ aquâ irrigare, hincque pestem, bellum, famem, ceteraque calamitatum publicarum genera excitare. Vide Telchines. Duos horum nominat Strabo, l. 10.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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