Triopium is the promontory terminating the peninsula of Cnidus, the south-west headland of Asia Minor.
Phryne served as a model to Praxiteles, for his Venus of Cnidus.
He stood deep in thought before the only other picture that the bare room boasted—the Demeter of Cnidus.
Eudoxus of Cnidus, a famous astronomer and physician of the 4th century B. C.
The rest, as many as were driven to shore, deserted their ships and sought safety as best they could in the territory of Cnidus.
Cnidus and Halicarnassus on the coast were colonized by Dorians.
For many days we made slow progress and it was only with great difficulty that we arrived off Cnidus.
At Teuthea in Achaea she was worshipped as the goddess of the woodland pasture, and at Cnidus as the nurturer of the hyacinth.
Cnidus lay on the western edge of a long and narrow promontory.
Its early history is very obscure, but it was certainly colonized by Greeks from Cnidus.