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 Android.Androni’ca (in Orlando Furioso). 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Androm’eda.
 
Daughter of Cepheus (2 syl.) and Cassiopeia. Her mother boasted that the beauty of Andromda surpassed that of the Nereids; so the Nereids induced Neptune to send a sea-monster on the country, and an oracle declared that Andromeda must be given up to it. She was accordingly chained to a rock, but was delivered by Perseus (2 syl.). After death she was placed among the stars. (See ANGELICA..)   1
       
Ovid: Metamorphoses, v. 1, etc.
 


 Android.Androni’ca (in Orlando Furioso). 

 
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