Carinus drew the Phrygian down beside him and laid his head in her lap.
Ere this have I been wild with love for a herdsman on Phrygian hills.
One of the few liturgic formulas antiquity has left us refers to these Phrygian banquets.
There is no evidence that this Phrygian figure was derived from Semitic sources.
On the slopes of the Phrygian hills, there once dwelt a pious old couple named Baucis and Philemon.
But whether or not the Phrygian Faun was silent, I cannot be.
The conflict took place near the Phrygian Dorylaion, and seemed at first to portend dire defeat to the crusaders.
The hood resting on the edge of her chignon formed a kind of Phrygian cap.
He came from Thrace and is very closely related to the Phrygian Sabazius.
Quite the reverse, he replied; and if so the Dorian and the Phrygian are the only ones which you have left.
late 15c., "native of Phrygia," region in ancient Asia Minor; Phrygian mode in ancient Greek music theory was held to be "of a warlike character." Phrygian cap (1796) was the type adopted by freed slaves in Roman times, and subsequently identified as the cap of Liberty.