Sicyonia, in Grecian mythology was,

1, an appellative of Venus, derived from her temple at Sicyon, where she was represented in a statue of gold and ivory-apparently the famous Venus Victrix, since, according to Pausanias, it held in its hand an apple;

2, a surname of Minerva, to whom Epopeus erected a temple after his victory over the Thebans.

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

Sida, in Grecian mythology, was the wife of Orion, who was banished by Juno to Hades because she pretended 'to be more beautiful than the goddess (Apollod. i, 4, 3).

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