songs

Songs about Lydio:

songsEtude in lydios harmonia in chromatic genus (Spoudi se lydia armonia se hromatio genos) by Petros Tabouris Ensemble from the Album Fragments of Ancient Greek Music

songsLidio e Clori (Lydio and Chloe): "Ah! sì, purtroppo è vero" by Jane Edwards James Sanderson from the Album Venere, Adone e Amore: Volume 2

songsLidio e Clori (Lydio and Chloe): "Da quel dì ch'Amor pretese" by Jane Edwards from the Album Venere, Adone e Amore: Volume 2

songsLidio e Clori (Lydio and Chloe): "Di sì lieta ventura non andar sì festosa" by James Sanderson from the Album Venere, Adone e Amore: Volume 2

songsLidio e Clori (Lydio and Chloe): "Dove fuggi, o bella Clori?" by Jane Edwards James Sanderson from the Album Venere, Adone e Amore: Volume 2

songsLidio e Clori (Lydio and Chloe): "Dunque fermati, o Clori" by Jane Edwards James Sanderson from the Album Venere, Adone e Amore: Volume 2

songsLidio e Clori (Lydio and Chloe): "Io quando amar volessi" by Jane Edwards from the Album Venere, Adone e Amore: Volume 2

books

Books about Lydio:

booksRemedios De Deplorados Probados En La Piedra Lydio De La Experiencia (Spanish Edition) by Francisco Suárez de Ribera (Sep 13, 2011)

booksRemedios de deplorados, probados en la piedra lydio de la experiencia by Francisco Suárez de Ribera (1995)

booksREMEDIO DE DEPLORADOS, PROBADOS EN LA PIEDRA LYDIO DE LA EXPERIENCIA. by Francisco. SUAREZ DE RIBERA (1234)

booksDie wunderbahre und erstaunens-würdige begebenheiten des Herrn von Lydio, worinnen dessen fast unglaubliche...... by Johann Michael Fleischer (Jan 1, 1730)

booksREMEDIOS DE DEPLORADOS, probados en la piedra lydio de la experiencia.Facsimil de 1733. by Fco.- (n.Salamanca hacia 1650)- Medico del rey Suarez de Ribera (1995)

booksDōrios, Lydios, Phrygios (Theocr. Epigr. 18) (Classical review. [Offprint]) by Andrew Sydenham Farrar Gow (1945)

wiki

Wiki information Lydio:

Lydio Tomasi
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Lydion

The Lydion was an ancient Greek vase shape. The shape may have been of Egyptian derivation. As indicated by its name, the lydion originated in Lydia, but was also adopted by potters in Greece. A small spherical perfume container, lacking handles, it...