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The tutelary God of the Mount Tmolus region of Phrygia, in Anatolia

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Nomenclatural Changes in the Neotropical Eumaeini (Lepidoptera
Dominican Republic to mainland Central and South America for Tmolus nov.; Papilio celmus Cramer, 1775 = Tmolus victoria K.
Final IRA Appendix 3 24Jun02
Jun 24, 2002 Polyommatus megarus Godart, 1824; Tmolus basilides. Geyer, 1837 Thecla basiliodes (Geyer); misidentified as Tmolus echion.
Sample English
The contest was to be judged by Tmolus, a river god, and there were two At last , Tmolus delivered his verdict: 'I declare Apollo the winner!
Two New Butterflies (Lepidoptera Lycaenidae) from Cuba

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L'Eglise de Philadelphie, par Alfred Kuen
A 45 km au sud-est de Sardes, le messager qui poursuivait sa route trouvait Philadelphie, une petite ville relativement récente située dans la partie fertile de la Lydie, dominée, comme Sardes, par le mont Tmolus. La ville avait été fondée en 140 av.

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Tmolus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tmolus (Ancient Greek: Τμῶλος) was a King of Lydia and husband to Omphale.
TMOLUS : Mountain-God of Lydia | Greek mythology, Tmolos
TMOLUS (Tmôlos).
Tmolus echion
Tmolus echion (Linnaeus, 1767). Family: Lycaenidae. Subfamily: Theclinae.
In Greek mythology, Tmolus was a mountain god and husband to Omphale (but see below). He judged the musical contest between Pan and Apollo.
Tmolus echion echiolus
Tmolus echion echiolus Gomez Farias, TAMP, MX 26-VIII-03. Tmolus echion echiolus Tmolus echion echiolus Kolijke, PUE, MX 24-VI-2006.