Cnidos, Paphos, Cythera; you will usually find me at one of these places.
The island of Kythera (Cythera), south of Greece, was the seat of her worship.
We see, in drawings emblematical of the musical art, a Cicada resting on strings of a Cythera.
No; it would be impossible for anything to be less like Cythera.
Cythera, the ancient name of Cerigo; had a magnificent temple to Venus, who was hence called Cytheræa.
They also took with them a few men from Cythera whom they thought it safest to remove.
Cythera, not Citheron, is the island near which Venus rose from the sea, and a famous seat of her worship.
"You are right as to that point, Queen of Cythera," replied Cherami, half rising.
The Cyclops, by Philoxenus of Cythera, a poet of the 4th century b.c.
"Were members of Cythera's Brigade," supplemented the marquis.