Daedala

Daedala

[deed-l-uh]
noun (sometimes used with a plural verb)
either of two festivals held in ancient Boeotia in honor of the reconciliation of Hera with Zeus, one (Little Daedala) being held every 6 years, the other (Great Daedala) every 59 years.

Origin:
< Greek Daídala (neuter plural), noun use of daídalos daedal

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