Midea sentence example
- Midea appears to be the city of Midas, and the name is one more link in the chain that binds Mycenae to Phrygia.
- Midea and Tiryns form a group of cities founded by an immigrant people in opposition to Argos, the natural capital of the plain and the stronghold of the native race.
- The distance from the Heraeum to the ancient Midea is slightly greater than to Mycenae, while that from the Heraeum to Tiryns is about 6 m.
- While it was thus probably chosen as the earliest site for a citadel facing the sea, its second period points towards Tiryns and Midea.Advertisement