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Λύδιος [υ_], α, ον,
A.of Lydia, Lydian, “αὐλοίPi.O.5.19; “σύκιναPCair.Zen.33.12 (iii B.C.); also ος, ον Luc.VH1.8, Harm.1: prov., παρὰ τὸ Λύδιον ἅρμα θέειν to be left far behind, Diogenian.6.28, Greg.Cypr.2.99, cf. Pi.Fr.206: Λυδία λίθος, , a siliceous stone used to assay gold, and first discovered in Lydia, elsewhere “βάσανος, Λυδία γὰρ λίθος μανύει χρυσόνB.Fr.10; also “Λ. πέτρηTheoc.12.36; and “ Λ.Anon. in An.Ox.3.216; Λ. λίθος, of the magnet, S.Fr.800: Λύδιον, τό, a kind of vase, “Λ. μέζωAJA31.349.
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