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Idalien. Venus, so called from a grove in Cyprus near Idalium sacred to her.Rhamnusidis, Nemesis. Her temple at Rhamnus near Marathon was visited by Pausanias, who describes the statue said to have been carved by Phidias from a block of Parian marble brought by the Persians to furnish a trophy of their expected victory, (i. XXXIII. 2).
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