Pelasgus


Pelasgus

PELASGUS, i, ( Tab. XVII.) des Triopas Sohn, erbauete dem olympischen Jupiter einen Tempel in Arkadien, Hygin. Fab. 224. und sonst auch der von ihm hernach so benannten pelasgischen Ceres dergleichen zu Argos. Pasan. Cor. c. 22. p. 124. Er bewirthete auch solche, als sie nach Argos kam. Id. Att. c. 14. p. 25. Sonst giebt man ihn für Agenors Sohn an, und er wird mit unter die argivischen Könige gezählet. Hygin. Fab. 124.


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