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His name has been interpreted[by whom?] as "the god of the beans and patron of the bean market", given that a bean market (κυαμῖτις) was reported by Plutarch to have been situated on the same road not far from the sanctuary.
- Photius, Lexicon, s. v. Kyamites
- Plutarch, Lives of Ten Orators, 4
- Moralia, 837c
- "Eleusis: Archetypal Image of Mother and Daughter". Karl Kerényi, Princeton University Publishing.
- Realencyclopädie der Classischen Altertumswissenschaft, Band XI, Halbband 22, Komogrammateus-Kynegoi (1922), s. 2233 (German)
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