Definition of Megalesian. Meaning of Megalesian. Synonyms of Megalesian

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Definition of Megalesian

Megalesian
Megalesian Meg`a*le"sian, a. [L. Megalesius, fr. Gr. Mega`lh the Great, a surname of Cybele, the Magna Mater.] Pertaining to, or in honor of, Cybele; as, the Megalesian games at Rome.

Meaning of Megalesian from wikipedia

- it was added later. Pseudolus was first shown in 191 B.C. during the Megalesian Festival, which was a celebration for the Gr**** Goddess Cybele. The temple...
- playwright Terence's Andria (The Girl from Andros) is first performed at the Megalesian games. Laoshang leads 140,000 Xiongnu cavalry in a raid in Anding, and...
- wild Phrygian "mummery" and "fabulous clap-trap", in contrast to the Megalesian sacrifices and games, carried out in what he admires as a dignified "traditional...
- wild Phrygian "mummery" and "fabulous clap-trap", in contrast to the Megalesian sacrifices and games, carried out in what he admires as a dignified "traditional...
- temple of the Magna Mater, and presided over the first celebration of the Megalesian Games at Rome. He was one of the amb****adors sent to Antiochus in 189...
- sold into slavery. In 165, ****tus was one of the curule aediles. At the Megalesian Games, he and his colleague, Gnaeus Cornelius Dolabella, gave the first...
- playwright Terence's Andria (The Girl from Andros) is first performed at the Megalesian games. Laoshang leads 140,000 Xiongnu cavalry in a raid in Anding, and...
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