From Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology (London, 1880)
ABRO'TA ('Abrote), the daughter of Onchestus, the Boeotian, and the wife of Nisus, king of Megaris. On her death Nisus commanded all the Megarian women to wear a garment of the same kind as Abrota had worn, which was called aphabroma (aphabroma), and was still in use in the time of Plutarch. (Quaest. Graec. p. 295, a.)
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