But all the people of Tinia, the middle world, did not leave the lower world.
The spider divided the world into three parts: Ha-arts, the earth; Tinia, the middle plain; and Hu-wa-ka, the upper plain.
They rise from the springs and pass through the trunk of the tree to its top, which reaches Tinia.
Then the spider gave to these People of the Clouds and to the rainbow, Tinia, the middle plain.
Authors are of opinion that the ancients possessed some secret for preserving garments from the Moth, Tinia tapetzella.
Tinia, the Etrurian Bacchus (son of Tina), identified symbolically with the god of the infernal regions.