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ACRIDO´PHAGI

Eth. ACRIDO´PHAGI (Eth. Ἀκριδοφάγοι), or “Locus-eaters,” the name given by Diodorus (3.29) and Strabo (p. 770) to one of the half-savage tribes of Aethiopia bordering on the Red Sea, who received their denomination from their mode of life or their staple food.

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