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Daedăla

τὰ Δαίδαλα).


1.

A town of Caria, near the confines of Lycia and on the northern shore of the Glaucus Sinus. It was said to have derived its name from Daedalus, who, being stung by a snake on crossing the small river Ninus, died and was buried here.


2.

A mountain, in the vicinity of the city of the same name and on the confines of Lycia.

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