Phrygia

[name] For the region, see Phrygia Phrygia was a daughter of Cecrops, from whom the country of Phrygia was believed to have derived its name. Phrygia is also an epithet for Cybele, as the goddess who was worshipped above all others in Phrygia, and as a surname of Athena on account of the Palladium which was brought from Phrygia. Phrygia was...
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Phrygia

In antiquity, Phrygia (ə; Φρυγία, anc, Frigya) was a kingdom in the west central part of Anatolia, in what is now Turkey, centered around the Sakarya River. The Phrygians are most famous for their legendary kings of the heroic age of Greek mythology: Gordias whose Gordian Knot would later be untied by Alexander the Great, Midas who turned w...
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Phrygia

[n] - an ancient country in west central Asia Minor
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Phrygia

Former kingdom of western Asia covering the Anatolian plateau. It was inhabited in ancient times by an Indo-European people and achieved great prosperity in the 8th century BC under a line of...
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Phrygia

noun an ancient country in western and central Asia Minor
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Phrygia

ancient district in west-central Anatolia, named after a people whom the Greeks called Phryges and who dominated Asia Minor between the Hittite ... [9 related articles]
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Phrygia

Phrygia (fri'jēu) , ancient region, central Asia Minor (now central Turkey). The Phrygians, who settled here c.1200 B.C., came from the Balkans and apparently spoke an Indo-European language. A kingdom, associated in Greek legend with the names of Midas and Gordius, flourished from the 8th...
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Phrygia

Click images to enlargeFormer kingdom of western Asia covering the Anatolian plateau. It was inhabited in ancient times by an Indo-European people and achieved great prosperity in the 8th century BC under a line of kings bearing in turn the names Gordius and Midas, but then fell under Lydian rule. From Phrygia the cul...
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Phrygia

Click images to enlargeFormer kingdom of western Asia covering the Anatolian plateau. It was inhabited in ancient times by an Indo-European people and achieved great prosperity in the 8th century BC under a line of kings bearing in turn the names Gordius and Midas, but then fell under Lydian rule. From Phrygia the cul...
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