Δήμητρος τέμενος: consecrated field of Demeter; in appos. with “Πύρασον”, cf. vs. 506, 592. This afterwards gave to Pyrasus the name “Δημήτριον. — τέμενος”: lit. a piece of land set apart (“τέμνω”) for a divinity or a royal domain. Its use corresponds in some respects with that of templum.μητέρα μήλων: Mt. Ida is called “μητὴρ θηρῶν, Θ” 47.
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