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THYIA (Θυιά), a place in Phocis, where the Delphians erected an altar to the winds, derived its name from Thyia, a daughter of Cephissus or Castalius, and the mother of Delphus by Apollo. (Hdt. 7.178; Dict. of Biogr. art. THYIA

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