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Αἰολεύς , έως, , Aeolian; pl.
A.ΑἰολέεςHdt.1.28, Att. Αἰολεῖς or “-ῆςTh.7.57:—hence Adj. Αἰολικός , ή, όν, of or like the Aeolians, Theoc.1.56(v.l.); of the Aeolic dialect, A.D.Adv.193.15,al.: Comp. “-ώτερον194.8; of Aeolic metre, Heph.7.5. Adv. “-κῶςS.E.M.1.78:—Αἰόλιος , α, ον, in the Aeolian mode, “νόμοςPlu.2.1132d:—fem. Αἰολίς , ίδος, Hes.Op.636, Hdt., etc.; of the Aeolian mode, Pratin.5; of the Aeolic dialect, A.D.Adv.155.11: Subst., Αἰολίς, , Id.Synt.309.25: poet. fem. Αἰοληΐς , Pi.O.1.102.
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    • Herodotus, Histories, 1.28
    • Hesiod, Works and Days, 636
    • Thucydides, Histories, 7.57
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