English to Albanian Meaning of phrygian - Phrygian

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Definitions of phrygian in English
Noun(1) a native or inhabitant of Phrygia(2) a Thraco-Phrygian language spoken by the ancient inhabitants of Phrygia and now extinct--preserved only in a few inscriptions
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(1) Antisthenes was born in Athens about 440 BCE. of a Phrygian or Thracian mother, and thus was only a half citizen.(2) In various accounts of the founding of Troy, Troy is described as a Phrygian city.(3) Gordium was a town in Galatia, the ancient capital of the Phrygians .(4) The brutal language of the metaphor is as old as the Mediterranean fertility rituals, like that of Attys, a Phrygian king-god, said to have been transformed into a pine tree at his death.(5) According to Virgil they attacked the Phrygians , who were assisted by Priam, though later they took his side against the Greeks, under the Amazon queen Penthesileia, who was killed by Achilles.(6) According to Herodotus (Book II), the Egyptians once considered themselves the oldest people in the world, but later conceded this distinction to the Phrygians .(7) The first great cultural influence was that of ancient Anatolia inhabited for thousands of years by peoples of various civilizations like the Greek, Phrygian , Lydian, Cappodocian and Byzantine to name a few.(8) Another element where the Phrygian style could have come from is the old Roman cult of Mithras - where Mithras often can be seen cutting the throat of a bull atop a shrine.(9) Others include those of the Phrygian gods Attis & Cybele, & the Persian god Mithras.(10) The pharaoh concluded that Phrygian , an older language spoken in a part of what is modern Turkey, must be the original language.(11) Third, he said, ‘was the suspicion that Montanism had been influenced by the cult of the Phrygian mother goddess, Cybele.’(12) It is also important to remember that Phrygians (Marsyas's origins) were first to perform auspices.(13) Marsyas, or rather the restored ancient statues of the Phrygian satyr marking the entrance into the Medici garden, which was widely recognized as the precursor to the Accademia del Disegno, assumed a defining role in this process.(14) Beginning around 2000 b.c., pre-Hittites, Hittites, Phrygians , Lydians, Persians, Greeks, and Romans had lived or ruled in the region.(15) It was also a tough day for future lay readers: all those forbidding names - Parthians, Elamites, Mesopotamians, Cappadocians, Phrygians , Pamphyilians - that whole crowd.(16) It carries the name of Marsyas, the clearest of all Phrygian rivers.
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