AMNISUS

AMNISUS
AMNISUS
portus Gnosoi in ora Cretae boreali apud Minoam, cum sluv. eiusdem nominis, de quo Callimachus, Apolonius, et Suidas. Is nunc Picorna Nigro nuncupatur. Unde Nympliae Amnisiades, et Amnisides. Steph.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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