Sigeum


Sigeum
Sīgēum, ēi, n. (Σίγειον), Vorgebirge u. Hafenstadt in Troas, wo Achilles' Grabmal war, j. Jenischer, Mela 1, 18, 3 (1. § 93). Cic. Arch. 24. Liv. 44, 28, 6. – Dav.: A) Sīgēus, a, um, a) sigëisch, freta, campi, Verg.: pulvis, die Kämpfe vor Troja, Stat.: pestis, das von Herkules erlegte Ungeheuer, Val. Flacc. – b) (weil die Römer von den Trojanern abstammen sollen) poet. = römisch, colonus, Sil. – B) Sīgēius, a, um, sigëisch, tellus, Ov. her. 1, 33.

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