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  • 1568660Q7799609Thymaridas of ParosThymaridas of ParosThymaridas of Parosca/400 BCEca/350 BCEAncient Greek mathematician and Pythagorean noted for his work
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  • 1172736Q201323ArchilochusArchilochusArchilochusc/680 BCEc/645 BCEArchilochus of Paros, c.680 BC – c. 645 BC Works by this author published before January
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  • neighbouring islands, Andros, Tenos, Myknos, Siphnos, Seriphos, Naxos, Syros, Paros, Kythmos, Keos, and Gyaros. According to mythology they were nymphs metamorphosed
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  • believed were gods. And now Juno's Samos was on the left side (for Delos and Paros had been left behind) and on the right was Lebynthos and Kalymnos rich
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  • group of the Cyclades, of which the largest are Andros and Tenos, Naxos and Paros. Many of the Aegean islands, or chains of islands, are actually prolongations
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  • 19443991911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 26 — Thrasymedes THRASYMEDES, of Paros, a Greek sculptor. Formerly he was regarded as a pupil of Pheidias, because
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  • Pantheistic Madrigal — Affinités secrètes The Poem of Woman: Marble of Paros — Le Poème de la femme A Study of Hands — Étude de mains Variations on the
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  • the file. SCULPTOR, do thou discard     The yielding clay, — consign To Paros marble hard     The beauty of thy line; — Model thy Satyr’s face     In
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  • Paros
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  • and Barbarian history is full of such instances.  And the Iambic poet of Paros, when upbraiding Lycambes with having violated covenants confirmed by the
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  • Paros
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  • inferior to that of Paros, but exhibiting a little more advanced state of crystallization. The marble, too, of Tenos, an island north of Paros, and of Thasos
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  • Henry Parkman, Francis Parliament Parma Parnassus Parnell, Charles Stewart Paros Parrhasius Parrish, Maxfield Parrot Parrott, Robert Parker Parry, Sir William
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  • That found in Herodotus, which may be traced to the poet Archilochus of Paros, described how "Candaules" insisted upon showing Gyges his wife when unrobed
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  • Parny, Évariste Désiré de Forges, Vicomte de Parody Parole Paropamisus Paros Paroxysm Parquetry Parr, Catherine Parr, Samuel Parr, Thomas Parr Parramatta
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  • and the nymph Pareia. He lived with his three brothers in the island of Paros, and having murdered two of the companions of Heracles, they were all put
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  • strait (about 1½ m. wide at the narrowest point) from the west coast of Paros. It is 7 m. long by 3 broad, and contains about 700 inhabitants, most of
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  • Archilochus ARCHILOCHUS, Greek lyric poet and writer of lampoons, was born at Paros, one of the Cyclades islands. The date of his birth is uncertain, but he
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  • Not the great name! Sing woe—for the great name Miltiades And its end at Paros isle! Woe for Themistokles —Satrap in Sardis court! Name not the clown
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  • affirms was found in the quarries the print of a fish and of seals, and in Paros an image of a laurel in the bottom of a stone, and in Melita parts of all
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