Ida - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a mountain in Phrygia
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talus in an attempt to obtain the sacred stone of the Idaean Mother.
a city near the Trojan Ida, which was formerly called
(early 1st cent.) o Business. To the Mighty Idaean Mother of the G
(1st cent. A.D.) bly. The games of the Great Idaean Mother of the G
bent on love, until in Ida's vale he found you, fair pri
ises and retire to Mount Ida : FESTUS : That the ancients
by Homerus, for 50 years. The Idaean Dactyls lived in his
Heracles, by one of the Idaean Dactyls; and then by Aethl
ere pasturing upon Mount Ida, and took such as he had occa
(201/0) swear by Hestia and] Idaian Zeus and [Zeus (?) Tall
lled Alexandria on Mount Ida near Troy, where they say tha
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