Sipylus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a mountain in Lydia
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} & Niobe, a rock in Sipylus, still sobs and wails,
Daphnus and Hermesta and Sipylum previously called Tantalis, the
and the Magnesians from Sipylus. But Ephesus, the other
Mysia, Sardis, Smyrna, Mount Sipylus, Mount Tmolus, Lydia, Caria,
become a rock, and high-built Sipylus groans. A guileful
Sipylus → see
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