- Megara Hyblaea, archeological site near Augusta
- Hybla Heraea, historic quarter (Ibla) of modern Ragusa
- Hybla Major, perhaps identical with Megara Hyblaea or with Hybla Gereatis
- Hybla Minor
- Hybla Gereatis or Hybla Galeatis, modern Paternò
or in modern America:
In literature and poetry, Hyblean is used as an adjective related to honey. One of the ancient towns known as Hybla in Sicily was renowned for its honey; many associate this Hybla with Hyblaean Mountains (figuratively Mount Hybla) in the modern Province of Ragusa.
- The circumstance that there were so many towns called Hybla in Sicily probably arose from the fact mentioned by Pausanias, that there was a local divinity of the name. (Paus. v. 23. § 6.)
- For example Hunt, Leigh. Jar of Honey from Mount Hybla (1848), a book on pastoral poetry of Sicily.
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