noun Classical Mythology.
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In the earlier writers, down to and including Aristotle, harmonia is used, never tonos.The Modes of Ancient Greek Music|David Binning Monro
He raised the shining palaces of Olympus, forged the marvellous armour of Achilles, and made the necklace of Harmonia.An Introduction to Mythology|Lewis Spence
In like manner he imagines, that Harmonia had her name from mount Hermon, which was probably in the district of the Cadmonites.
Among the first class, the Harmonia Apostolica of Bull seems to be reckoned the principal work of this period.
In this region are two stones sacred to Cadmus, and Harmonia: and there is likewise a temple dedicated to them.