Tahoua Travel on All these sites were of 1 This name is simply the Lycian word for woman. Sir William Ramsay (Cities and Bishoprics of Phrygia, i (1895), 91, n. 2) is inclined to give up this derivation for Leto in favour of Robertson-Smith’s identification of her with the Semitic Al-lat or Alilat (see Herodotus, i, 131, iii, 8). For references to other suggestions, see Cook, Zeus> ii, 1042, n. 5. course on the hellenized western fringe of the great peninsula. A god who was not worshipped in lands where the Greeks settled could hardly have been taken over by them. Tahoua Travel 2016.