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Daulis , ĭdis, f., Δαυλίς,
I.a city of Phocis, situated on an eminence, and celebrated as the scene of the fable of Tereus, Progne, and Philomela, Liv. 32, 18; Stat. Theb. 7, 344.—
II. A district in Phocis, on the frontier of Doris, = Drymaea, Plin. 4, 3, 4, § 8.—Hence,
A. Daulĭas , ădis, f., adj., Daulian: “ales,” i. e. Progne, Ov. H. 15, 154; and absol., Daulias, Catull. 65, 14: “Dauliades puellae,” i. e. Progne and Philomela, Verg. Cir. 199.—
B. Daulis , ĭdis, adj., Daulian: “parens sororque,Sen. Thyest. 275: “Daulida rura,Ov. M. 5, 276 (where Daulia is a false reading).
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