Mygdonia


Mygdonia

MYGDONIA, æ, ein Beynamen der Ceres. Valer. Flacc. l. II. v. 46. Sie hat ihn von dem Lande Mygdonia, welches ein Stück von Phrygien ist, woselbst sie geboren war, und gar sonderbar verehret wurde. Gyrald. Synt. IV. p. 148. & Voss. Theol gent. l. II. c. 52.


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