Athamantis et Inûs fil. quem pater furore correptus Occidit, leaenae catulum sibi visus interimere. Quod cum vidisset Ino arrepto Melicertâ altero fil. in mare se praecipitavit; atque illa quidem in deam maris mutata est, quam Graeci Leucotheam, Latini Matutam vocant: Melicertes autem in deum matinum, quem Graeci Palaemona, Latim Portunum dicunt. Ovid. Met. l. 4. v. 516. et Fast. l. 6. v. 490.
Hine igitur furits Athamas sub imagine falsa,
Tuque eadis patriâ parve Learche manu.
Val. Flace. Argon. l. 6. v.
—— Inoo linquens Athamanta Learcho,
Inde Learchaeus. Ovid. ubi supra, v. 491.
Maesta Learchaeas mater tumulaverat umbras.
Nic. Lloyd.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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