Definition of Emathis
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    Ēmathia, ae, f., = Ἠμαθία, a district of Macedonia, Plin. 4, 10, 17, § 33; Liv. 44, 44, 5; Justin. 7, 1, 1.

    — In poet. meton. Macedonia, Verg. G. 4, 390.

    — Thessaly, and esp. for Pharsalia, Verg. G. 1, 492 Serv. and Heyne; v. the foll.

    — Derivv. Ēmathius, a, um, adj., Emathian, i. e. in poet. meton., Macedonian: Perses, Corn. Sever. ap. Sen. Suas. 7: campi, Ov. M. 5, 313: dux, i. e. Alexander, id. Tr. 3, 5, 39; of the same: manes, Stat. S. 3, 2, 117; cf. tecta, i. e. of Alexandria, Luc. 10, 58.

    — Thessalian: vertex, i. e. Pelion, Verg. Cir. 34: acies, i. e. in Pharsalia, Luc. 8, 531; of the same: clades, id. 9, 950: ruina, id. 9, 33; cf. also: ferrum, id. 9, 245; and: campi, id. 1, 1.

    — Thracian: ventus, Lucil. ap. Jul. Rufin. de Fig. § 26 Ruhnk.

    — Ēmathis, idis, f. adj., Emathian, i. e. Macedonian; as a subst.: Ēmathides, the daughters of the Macedonian king Pierus, the Pierides, Ov. M. 5, 669.

    — Thessalian: tellus, Luc. 6, 580; cf. as a subst., Emathis, i. q. Emathia, id. 6, 350.
     
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