CYRBIA, æ, ( Tab. VI.) des Ochimus und der Hegetoria, einer Nymphe, Tochter. Sie hieß anfangs Cydippe, nahm aber hernach den Namen Cyrbia dafür an. Ihr Gemahl war Cerkaphus, ihres Vaters Bruder, mit welchem sie den Lindus, Ialysus und Kamirus zeugete. Diod. Sic. lib. V. c. 57. p. 227.

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