The Cult of Ibla: Megara Iblea
Megara Iblea would be, according to the writers of antiquity, one of the three Ible of Sicily:
Ibla The small (Megara Iblea);
The Maggiore was perhaps called Tiella (or Stiella) and it is widely believed to place the site near Paternal. The small was also called the Minima, whose site is supposed to be that of Megara Iblea which, as it is known, is south of Augusta, as far as Ibla Minore is concerned, many agree that Ibla Erea has also been appealed because it is located on the erei mountains, perhaps mistakenly also called Ibla Nera, Gibla or Nibla, and yes thinks the site is that of Ragusa Ibla.
To these should probably be added a fourth Ibla corresponding to Pantalica. Le Ible was probably also a place where the cult of Ibla was present
For the details of the Cult of Ibla and of the Ible of Sicily see the card "Ibla"
Card insertion: Ignazio Caloggero
Photo: web, Ignazio Caloggero
Information contributions: Ignazio Caloggero, Region of Sicily