Definition of Phrygia in English:

Phrygia

proper noun

  • An ancient region of west central Asia Minor, to the south of Bithynia. Centred on the city of Gordium, it dominated Asia Minor after the decline of the Hittites in the 12th century bc, reaching the peak of its power in the 8th century under King Midas. It was eventually absorbed into the kingdom of Lydia in the 6th century bc.

Pronunciation:

Phrygia

/ˈfrɪdʒɪə/