Lydia

[satrapy] Lydia (known as Sparda by the Achaemenids) was a satrapy (province) of the Achaemenid Empire, with Sardis as its capital. Tabalus, appointed by Cyrus the Great was the first satrap (governor), however, his rule did not last long as the Lydians revolted. The insurrection was suppressed by general Mazares and his successor Harpagus.
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Lydia

[singer] Lydia Rodríguez Fernández (born 1980 in Madrid), better known as Lydia, is a Spanish pop singer. ==Career== When Fernández was 16 years old, she released her first album, Lydia, which went platinum in Spain. She became famous after dedicating a song to her musical idol Alejandro Sanz. In 1999 she represented Spain at the Eurovis
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Lydia

a land that bordered Ionia on the east, lay north of Caria and south of Mysia; capital, Sardis; Lydia was a small kingdom until it grew into an empire in the wake of the fall of the Neo-Hittite kingdom; the Mermnadae dynasty ruled Lydia from c. 700 BCE to 550 BCE; coined money was invented in Lydia in 625 BCE; Croesus, Lydia's last ruler, was defea
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Lydia

[n] - an ancient region on the coast of western Asia Minor
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Lydia

archaic or obsolete terms > Places: Ancient country, W Asia Minor, N of Caria and S of Mysia (now NW Turkey).
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Lydia

Ancient kingdom in Anatolia (7th-6th centuries BC), with its capital at Sardis. The Lydians were the first Western people to use standard coinage. Their last king, Croesus, was defeated by the...
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Lydia

noun an ancient region on the coast of western Asia Minor; a powerful kingdom until conquered by the Persians in 546 BC
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Lydia

(from the article `Cato, Publius Valerius`) ...which seems to have been an erudite short epic (what modern scholars call an epyllion) that probably influenced subsequent poets. Lydia, which may ...
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Lydia

ancient land of western Anatolia, extending east from the Aegean Sea and occupying the valleys of the Hermus and Cayster rivers. The Lydians were ... [16 related articles]
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Lydia

Lydia is a Greek girl name. The meaning of the name is `woman from Persia, beauty ` Where is it used? The name Lydia is mainly used In English, German and In the bible.How do they say it elsewhere? Lidiya ( In Russian) Lidia ( In Polish and In Italian) Lydie ( In French) Lyydia ( In Finnish) Lyyti ( In Finnish) Lida ( In Czech) Lyda ( In Other l
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Lydia

[film] Lydia is a 1941 drama film, directed by Julien Duvivier. It stars Merle Oberon as Lydia MacMillan, a woman whose life is seen from her spoiled, immature youth through bitter and resentful middle years, until at last she is old and accepting. It is a remake of Duvivier`s Un carnet de bal (1937), which starred Marie Bell as the leading
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Lydia

[Greyhawk] In the World of Greyhawk campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, Lydia is the Suel goddess of Music, Knowledge, and Daylight. Her holy symbol is a spray of colors from an open hand. ==Publication history== Lenard Lakofka created Lydia.{Citation needed|date=December 2008} ===Advanced Dungeons & Drago
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Lydia

[song] "Lydia" is a single by New Zealand band, Fur Patrol, released in 2000. It reached number one on the RIANZ chart in New Zealand. ...
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Lydia

[band] ==Biography== Leighton Antelman and Steve McGraw started writing music and booking shows when they were both in 7th grade. The band really got their start as Rolo 15 while attending Greenfield Jr. High. They then went on to change the name to Nextabest. At that time, the band consisted of Leighton Antleman, Tim Whitlock, William Brad
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Lydia

Lydia is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Lydia

[disambiguation] Lydia is a feminine first name. For a list of people named Lydia, see Lydia (name). Lydia may also refer to: ==People== ==Places== ==Music== ==Ships== ==Film== == See also == ...
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Lydia

Lydia (Pronunciation-needed; Assyrian: Luddu; Λυδία) was an Iron Age kingdom of western Asia Minor located generally east of ancient Ionia in the modern Turkish provinces of Manisa and inland İzmir. Its population spoke an Anatolian language known as Lydian. At its greatest extent, the Kingdom of Lydia covered all of western Anatolia. Lydia
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Lydia

Lydia, ancient country, W Asia Minor, N of Caria and S of Mysia (now NW Turkey). The tyrant Gyges was the founder of the Mermnadae dynasty, which lasted from c.700 B.C. to 550 B.C. The little kingdom grew to an empire in the chaos that had been left after the fall of the Neo-Hittite kingdom. Lydia w...
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Lydia

Lydia (lid'ēu) , in the New Testament, Christian convert at whose house in Philippi Paul stayed. She was from Thyatira.
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Lydia

Ancient kingdom in Anatolia (7th–6th centuries BC), with its capital at Sardis. The Lydians were the first Western people to use standard coinage. Their last king, Croesus, was defeated by the Persians in 546 BC
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Lydia

[name] Lydia is a feminine first name of Greek origin Λυδια. The name means "woman from Lydia." ==Variant Forms== ==People named Lydia== ==People named Lydia in fiction== ...
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Lydia

The white variety is an open faded seedling varieties of Isabella . She was selected by the Breeders Ch Carpenter.
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