ADAEUS


ADAEUS
I.
ADAEUS
Athenis quidam nomine singulari; singularis ipse Α᾿λεκτρνὼν, Gallus gallinaceus ex eo cognominatus, quod cristam in capite gestaret, teste Athenaeô l. 6. c. 8.
II.
ADAEUS
Mitylenaeus de statuariis librum reliquit. Athen. l. 13. ubi citatur εν τῷ περὶ ἀλαλμκτοποιῶν. Est vem Adqeus, qui εν τοῖς περὶ διαθέσεως, h. e. libris de affectione seu dispositione, ab eodem memoratur, l. 11. Vide Vostl. de Hist. Lat. l. 2. c. 39.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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