The name may have been derived from Mount Dindymus in Phrygia, on whose slopes at Pessinus a temple to Cybele Dindymene was built. Legend held that temple was built by the Argonauts. It may also have derived from Dindyme, a name of the wife of Maeon and mother of Cybele. 
- Myth Index: Dindymene
- Apollon. Rhod. i. 985, with the Schol.
- Strab. xii. p. 575
- Catull. 63, 91
- Diod. iii. 58.
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