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  Phrygia
The boundaries of the Phrygia varied through the centuries.
Later mythic kings of Phrygia were alternately named Gordias and Midas.
It is assumed that Phrygia was feudal, but in addition large lands were owned by cult centres and the high priests.
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  Phrygia - LoveToKnow 1911
Between 680 and 670 the Cimmerians in their destructive progress over Asia Minor overran Phrygia; the king Midas in despair put an end to his own life; and from henceforth the history of Phrygia is a story of slavery, degradation and decay, which contrasts strangely with the earlier legends.
Almost the whole of Byzantine Phrygia is now included in the vilayet of Brusa, with the exception of a small part of Parorius and the district about Themisonium (Karayuk Bazar) and Ceretapa (Kayadibi), which belong to the vilayet of Konia, and the district of Laodicea and Hierapolis, which belongs to Aidin.
Phrygia Parorius and all the river-valleys are exceedingly fertile, and agriculture was the chief occupation of the ancient inhabitants; according to the myth, Gordius was called from the plough to the throne.
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  Phrygia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Later, Phrygia was conceived as lying west of the Halys River and east of Mysia and Lydia.
Phrygia is mentioned in the book of Acts in the Bible as one of the places visited by Paul and Silas on Paul's second missionary journey (Acts16:6).
For purposes of provincial administration the Romans maintained a divided Phrygia, attaching the northeastern part to the province of Galatia and the western portion to the province of Asia.
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 Phrygia
Later, Phrygia was conceived as lying west of the Halys River and east of Mysia and Lydia.
Phrygia is mentioned in the book of Acts in the Bible as one of the places visited by Paul and Silas on Paul's second missionary journey (Acts16:6).
Phrygia seems to have been able to co-exist with whichever was the dominant power in eastern Anatolia at the time, whether the Hurrians, Urartu, or Assyria.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Phrygia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mithras and the Bull: fresco from the mithraeum at Marino, Italy, (3rd century) Mithras was the central savior god of Mithraism, a syncretic Hellenistic mystery religion of male initiates that developed in the Eastern Mediterranean in the 2nd and 1st centuries BC and was practiced in the Roman Empire from...
When the goddess appeared to her favorite Anchises she represented herself, as daughter of the king of Phrygia; the Phrygians were said to be the oldest people 2 The difficulty of specifying the limits gave rise to a proverb XuiPLi rand 4pujand~v.
Phrygia Paronius and all the river-valleys are exceedingly fertile, and agriculture was the chief occupation of the ancient inhabitants; according to the myth, Gordius was called from the plough to the throne.
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Phrygia seems to have been to co-exist with whichever was the dominant in eastern Anatolia at the time whether Hurrians Urartu or Assyria.
For purposes of provincial administration the Romans a divided Phrygia attaching the northeastern part the province of Galatia and the western portion to the of Asia.
Phrygia ceased to exist on the The name Phrygia continued in intermittent use the collapse of the Byzantine Empire in 1453.
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Phrygia seems tohave been able to co-exist with whichever was the dominant power in eastern Anatolia at the time, whether the Hurrians, Urartu, or Assyria.
There may be an echo of strife with Lydia andperhaps a veiled reference to royal hostages, in the legend of the twice-unlucky Adrastus, the son of a king Gordias with the Queen, Eurynome.
For purposes of provincial administration the Romans maintained a divided Phrygia, attaching the northeastern part to the province of Galatia and thewestern portion to the province of Asia.
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 Callasong - Phrygia
The name "Perforated Envelope C" was derived from the fact that this track was set against an ocsillating envelope, and the chordal synths were derived from the root of C-4 (or middle C).
Phrygia is opposed to keeping people apart simply because one thinks that the ground they walk on is theirs and theirs only.
This has to be the most accessible track from Phrygia to date, although that yet remains to be ascertained.
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 PHRYGIA - LoveToKnow Article on PHRYGIA   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Between 680 and 670 the Cimmerians in their destructive progress over Asia Minor overran Phrygia; the king Midas in despair put an end to his own life; and from henceforth the history of Phrygia is a story of slavery, degradation and decay, which contrasts strangely with the earlier legends.
As the Pergamenian kings grew powerful, and at last confined the Gauls in eastern Phrygia, the western half of the country was incorporated in the kingdom of Pergamum.
Great part of southern and western Phrygia is drained by the Maeander with its tributaries, Sandykly Tchai (Glaucus), Banaz Tchai, Kopli Su (Hippurius), and Tchuruk Su (Lycus); moreover, some upland plains on the south, especially the Dombai Ova (Aulocra), communicate by underground channels with the l\laeander.
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 Phrygia - Definition up Erdmond.Com
The Mother_Goddess as worshiped in Phrygia was Cybele.
After the collapse of the Hittite Empire at the beginning of the 12th_century_BC, the political vacuum in central/western Anatolia was filled by a wave of Indo-European migrants from Europe including the Phrygians, who established their kingdom, with a capital eventually at Gordium.
The invasion of Anatolia in the late 8th_century_BC to early 7th_century_BC by the Cimmerians was to prove fatal to independent Phrygia.
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 Phrygia
Phrygia seems to have been able to co-exist with whichever was the dominant power of Mesopotamia at the time (Hurrian, Urartu, Assyria for example).
However, the invasion of Anatolia in the late 8th century BC to early 7th century BC by the Cimmerians was to prove fatal, with Gordium falling in 695 BC[?].
Phrygia would become subject to its former western neighbour Lydia after the latter had recovered.
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 Phrygia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mythic kings of Phrygia were alternately named Gordias and Midas.
Some sources place Tantalus as a king in Phrygia.
Cimmerian people stayed in Anatolia but does not appear to have created a kingdom of their own.
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 Phrygia
In antiquity, Phrygia was a kingdom in the west central part of the Anatolian Highland, part of modern Turkey.
Phrygia seems to have been able to co-exist with whichever was the dominant power in eastern Anatolia at the time.
Rome For purposes of provincial administration the Romans maintained a divided Phrygia, attaching the northeastern part to the province of Galatia and the western portion to the province of Asia.
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 SoundClick artist: Phrygia - Phrygia creates sonic atmospheres that spark creative thought
Phrygia creates diverse sonic atmospheres that spark creative thought, enabling the listener to further their efforts through aural stimulation.
Within the music, we wish to propel you to another dimension of sound and thought, where worlds collide in a very abstract yet friendly atmosphere of knowledge and sensibility.
We ride this wave with full abandon and wish you to experience Phrygia only in the domain we initially swore to - everything we present is free.
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 Phrygia, Greek Mythology Link - www.maicar.com
Phrygia is the name of a large region in Asia Minor.
An uncle of Hector 1, Asius 2, dwelt in Phrygia near the river Sangarius.
The famous Pelops 1 emigrated from Phrygia, and having succeeded to the kingdom of Oenomaus 1 and expanded it, he called it Peloponnesus after himself.
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 Phrygia, Gordion, and King Midas in the Late Eighth Century B.C. | Thematic Essay | Timeline of Art History | The ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Phrygia is the Greek name of an ancient state in western-central Anatolia (modern Turkey), extending from the Eskishehir area east to (perhaps) Bogazköy and Alishar Hüyük within the Halys River bend.
Phrygia and the Greek world were closely connected, as demonstrated by the Phrygian borrowing of the Greek alphabet (possibly during Midas' reign), Greek knowledge of Phrygian music, and the fact that Midas is said to have married an eastern Greek princess—a typical expression of a royal alliance.
Muscarella, Oscar W. "King Midas of Phrygia and the Greeks." In Anatolia and the Ancient Near East: Studies in Honor of Tahsin Özgüç, edited by Kutle Emre et al., pp.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for phrygia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Early in the 1st millennium bc, the Phrygians emigrated from se Europe and established a prosperous kingdom with its capital at Gordium.
Phrygia An ancient region of west-central Asia Minor, to the south of Bithynia.
It arose in Phrygia (c.172) under the leadership of a certain Montanus and two female prophets, Prisca and Maximillia, whose entranced utterances were deemed oracles of the Holy Spirit.
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Situated on the Persian Royal Road just west of Ankara, this was the capital of Phrygia, a kingdom founded by Gordius in the 8 th century BC.
560 - 546 BC, Phrygia remained part of the Lydian empire that extended east to the Halys River.
and in 188 BC the remnant of Phrygia came under control of Pergamum.
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 Phrygia and the Phrygians - All About Turkey
It was a country clearly with many towns and cities, lying on the routes to the east from Lydia and Caria.
With the establishment of the Galatians in eastern Phrygia the fertility cult of Cybele, the mother goddess, spread widely amongst town dwellers, while country folk tended to worship Men, the moon god, ruler of Paradise and the Underworld.
In 188 BC Phrygia came under Pergamum, followed by Rome, who made it a province in 133 BC.
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 Phrygia - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Phrygia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
From Phrygia the cult of the Earth goddess Cybele was introduced into Greece and Rome.
When I was in Phrygia I saw much horsemen, the people of Otreus and of Mygdon, who were camping upon the banks of the river Sangarius; I was their ally, and with them when the Amazons, peers of men, came up against them, but even they were not so many as the Achaeans.
Sardis, the capital of Lydia; Samos, a Greek island; Mesembria, an ancient colony in Thrace; and Cotiaeum, the chief city of a province of Phrygia, contend for the distinction of being the birthplace of Aesop.
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 PHRYGIA - Online Information article about PHRYGIA   (Site not responding. Last check: )
trade-route from Phrygia down the Maeander to Miletus was used in the 6th century.
grew powerful, and at last confined the Gauls in eastern Phrygia, the western half of the country was ' A gorgoneum of Roman period, on a tomb engraved in Journ.
bounds of the Byzantine Phrygias belonged under the Roman empire to the province of Asia and are usually considered Phrygian: (I) in Byzantine Pisidia, Philomelium (Ak Shehr), Hadrianopolis; (2) in Byzantine Galatia, Amorium (Assar near Hamza Hadji), Orcistus (Alikel or Alekian), Tricomia or Trocmada or Trocnada (Kaimaz); (3) in Byzantine Lycia, Cibyra (Horzum).
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 AllRefer.com - Phrygia (Ancient History, Middle East) - Encyclopedia
Phrygia was best known to the Greeks as a source of slaves and as a center of the cult of Cybele.
N Phrygia became part of Galatia with the invasion of the Gauls (3d cent.
B.C. The kings of Pergamum ruled much of Phrygia until it passed to the Romans.
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 Soundlift.com | Phrygia
Phrygia creates diverse sonic atmospheres that spark creative thought, enabling the listener to further their efforts through aural stimulation.
Phrygia enjoyed great success on mp3.com, and was one of the most prolific offerers of music reviews on that site.
Phrygia have put 'Stoned Flog Estuary' in the 'Down Tempo' category and with its evocative and slightly surreal title I wasn't sure what to expect but I was most pleasantly surprised.
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 PHRYGIA in the Bible Encyclopedia - ISBE (Bible History Online)
To define the boundaries of Phrygia would be exceedingly difficult, for as in the case of other Asia Minor countries, they were always vague and they shifted with nearly every age.
The Asian Phrygia was the larger of the two divisions, including the greater part of the older country; Galatian Phrygia was small, extending along the Pisidian Mountains, but among its important cities were Antioch, Iconium and Apollonia.
Twice he entered Phrygia in Asia, but on his 2nd journey he was forbidden to preach there.
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